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Re: [TSVN] Unversioning files

From: Johan Appelgren <johan.appelgren_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-08-19 13:04:12 CEST

On 8/19/05, Nick Gilbert <nick@x-rm.com> wrote:
> >> It would still be nice if you could it from TSVN though. I'm sure that
> >> all it would have to do is do exactly same thing as "SVN Delete", but
> >> simply not delete the files from the disk...
> >
> > And then, on the next commit, the files will be deleted anyway.
> > You must copy the files somewhere else, commit, and *then* copy them back!
> I didn't realise that the deletion of files also took place on the commit...
> Is it a new feature that if you delete a file using explorer, it gets
> deleted in Subversion on the next commit? I thought that if you just
> deleted a file the normal way, then SVN got confused and thought the
> file was just "missing" and didn't let you commit? Or has it never
> worked like that?
> Nick...

It is a new feature, don't know when it was introduced. Deleted files
will automatically be selected for deletion in the commit dialog.


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