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Re: [TSVN] Export bug

From: Nick Gilbert <nick_at_x-rm.com>
Date: 2005-04-05 18:08:49 CEST

> Thanks for the report. Fixed in revision 2858.

I presume this fix wasn't included in the lastest version of TSVN,
despite the release notes implying that it was?

Either way, this bug still exists in the latest release of TSVN
( :)


SteveKing wrote:
> Nick Gilbert wrote:
>> I think I've found a bug which hasn't been mentionned on this list:
>> Symptoms:
>> If you select a group of files/folders within a working copy and
>> right-drag them to somewhere else, you get two context menu options:
>> "Subversion export here" and
>> "Subversion export all here".
>> If you choose the first one, TSVN creates a new folder for each FILE
>> or folder that was selected and then pops up the error message "The
>> system cannot find the path specified" once for each file that was
>> selected.
>> I'm not really sure why it's creating a new folder for each file -
>> this seems like a bug.
>> If I pick the second option, absolutely nothing seems to happen. No
>> new files or folders and no error messages.
>> Expected behaviour:
>> I expected TSVN to 'copy' all of the version controlled files to the
>> destination as though it was a normal copy, but omit all the .svn
>> folders. The export all should do the same but also include any files
>> within the selected folders which are not normally version controlled.
> Thanks for the report. Fixed in revision 2858.
> Stefan

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