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[TSVN] Determining if a file was added with history

From: Matt Doran <matt.doran_at_papercut.biz>
Date: 2005-08-17 05:49:39 CEST

Hi there,

I was wondering how you can confirm whether a file has been added with
history using TortoiseSVN?

As far as I can tell there is no visual difference between a file added
normally and a file added from a copy/move operation. It's useful to
know this information to ensure you did the right thing when copying so
that history is not lost.

I sometimes use the svn command line to tell me this info when I want to
be 100% sure..... it outputs a "+" to indicate it's an add with
history. e.g.

>svn st

A + 16x16\mail.png

Is there a way to see this info in the commit or check for mods
dialog? If not it would be good to add some sort of indicator....


Received on Wed Aug 17 05:50:01 2005

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