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Re: [TSVN] Bug in "Check for modifications" dialog reverting added files?

From: Jan Normann Nielsen <lists_at_dubbekarl.dk>
Date: 2005-07-07 10:47:20 CEST

Jan Normann Nielsen wrote:

> Hi
> Just spotted something strange in TSVN 1.2:
> Recipe:
> 1. Create a non-versioned file in a wc.
> 2. "Check for modifications" in the folder with the file just created.
> (Remember to "show non-versioned files")
> 3. Right-click the non-versioned file and add it.
> 4. Right-click the just-added file and revert it.
> The file disappears from the dialog. Isn't it supposed to still be
> there as a non-versioned file?
> Best regards,
> Jan Nielsen
Has anyone got an opinion about this? Noone has answered.

I also noticed something else today in the "Check for modifications"
dialog: If you have files with conflicts, the conflicted file shows as
appropriate, but also the corresponding .merge-left.rXXX,
.merge-right.rXXX and .working are shown as unversioned files. Should
TSVN realize that these are temporary files belonging to the conflict
and not show them as unversioned files in the dialog?

Best regards,
Jan Nielsen

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Received on Thu Jul 7 10:48:28 2005

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