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Re: [TSVN] Bug in commit of unversioned folders/files

From: Roel Harbers <roel_at_roelharbers.nl>
Date: 2004-12-31 10:43:24 CET

SteveKing wrote:
> Mark Phippard wrote:
>> This is with 1.1.2
>> Add a new folder in WC.
>> Add some new files beneath this folder.
>> Take commit option.
>> Dialog shows all of the unversioned items, folder and files beneath it
>> and you can select them all. However, the commit itself only commits
>> the folder, not the contents of the folder. If you have multiple
>> levels of nesting of new folders it can take several commits to commit
>> everything.
> We're currently rewriting most of the TSVN sourcecode to optimize speed.
> Said that: I can't reproduce that with HEAD, so it seems this got fixed
> with our optimizations.
> Stefan

I reproduced it with 1.1.2 (There are no nightly builds unfortunatly)

I created "Folder1" in the root of the wc, and created "Folder2" in

Doing an "Add" on the root of the wc shows the files in the wrong order:
and fails with a "'D:\svn\Test\Folder1' is not a working copy" error
(which makes sense if they are added in that order)

Doing an "Add" on Folder1 instead, works fine: the Add dialog shows:
and the add (and subsequent commit) succeed. (this is a workaround for
the original problem)


Roel Harbers

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