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Re: [TSVN] Bug? Check in non-versioned files in commit dialog

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2005-01-14 18:42:49 CET

Petri Varsa wrote:
> Hello, I'm a long time TortoiseSVN user, first time mailing list
> subscriber.
> I think I found a small bug with the Commit dialog. I'm using
> TortoiseSVN 1.1.2 build 2205 on Windows XP Pro. I didn't see any
> mention of this in the change log, or in the January 2005 mailing list
> archives. But there's a lot of mail in the archives.
> To reproduce the bug:
> 1. In a repo, create a new folder. Then create a new file in that
> folder. (e.g. "repo\foo" is the new folder and "repo\foo\bar.txt" is
> the new file.) Do NOT add them with "svn add" or tsvn add.
> 2. Then right-click the root of the repo and select "SVN Commit". The
> dialog will show "foo" and "foo\bar.txt" as non-versioned files.
> 3. Select them both with the check boxes.
> 4. Click OK
> 5. Check out a second copy of the repo. "foo" will be there, but
> "foo\bar.txt" will be missing!

Thanks for the detailed reproduction recipe. This bug got fixed last
year (not long after the 1.1.2 release).


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