Re: [TSVN] [BUG] cannot save revision from log dialog for deleted file
> Benoit Cerrina wrote:
>> What I did
>> From the repo browser, I displayed an older revision of the
>> directory, this gave me access to a deleted file
>> Right click on this file and select show log.
>> In the log select a revision (536), right click and select "Save
>> revision To"
>> Choose a directory and file name
>> What it did
>> Output an error message indicating that the file doesn't exists in
>> revision 561 (which is true but irrelevant), error dialog attached.
>> The chosen file was created but empty
>> What I expected
>> The appropriate revision is saved in the appropriate directory
> Well, the appropriate revision *was* saved in the directory. Think
> about it: you saved the file from the revision in which the file was
> deleted, i.e. the file didn't exist anymore. So a file with 0 bytes is
> what you should expect.
> But I changed it so that deleted files get saved from rev-1 (the last
> revision the file still existed).
> Done in revision 4107.
I think there was a misunderstanding, I am asking to save the file from
the revision 536 (in my example) where it exists (it was deleted later)
but it cannot get it because the file was deleted later.
While I ask to save revision 536 it tells me it cannot because 561 was
deleted. From the repo browser I can manage to save revision 536, it is
just from file log that I cannot save an old revision if
the file was deleted in a later one.
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Received on Thu Aug 11 15:33:50 2005
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