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[TSVN] Re: bug report

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_blazepoint.co.uk>
Date: 2004-11-17 13:01:45 CET

Jens Scheidtmann wrote:
> "Jeremy White" <jwhite@tritonelics.com> writes:
>> 1) Make a change to a file.
>> 2) Delete an entire directory (mark it for deletion.)
> Means you have to commit it's parent (recursive).

Yes, that is what he is doing.

>> 3) Commit from the trunk of the source tree.
>> 4) Important: UnCheck the file you modified from step 1, you don?t
>> want to commit this? only the deletion!
> Switches off recursive commit.

But the folder and files are still checked in the commit dialog.

>> 5) Notice that the deletion is not committed to the subversion
>> repository.
> So is this to be expected ?

No, I would say not. If the files & folder are still checked in the
commit dialog then I would expect the delete to be committed. This looks
like a bug to me.

I can confirm this behaviour on my test repo as well. Build 1920.


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