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Re: [TSVN] 1.2.2... sad story

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-09-02 17:56:17 CEST

Flex wrote:

>> I think my first priority for TSVN will be to make sure that moves are
>
>> made safer ;)
>
>
> Thumbs up! :)
>
> By the way... I have the crap before the big mess and can duplicate the
> rep and reproduce again. So if you want me to test something (i.e.
> protections against the stupidity) I can do... if I'm unable to screw it
> up then it is rock stable :)

Ok, I tried today to reproduce what you described here. I couldn't mess
up my working copy at all. The only thing that was wrong was the error
message shown by TSVN (that a file was modified, but instead it was
unversioned). But that's all!
So can you please give us a working recipe on how to reproduce this? My
guess is that you either hit the wrong entry in the context menu
somewhere in your steps or moved files just in explorer, without using
the TSVN commands.

> PS: Is it possible the whole operation be made in "pack" i.e. if
> something failes, everything goes as it was? Guess not without just
> playing it "reversed"...

Not really. You'd have to ask for such a feature on the Subversion
mailing list.

Stefan

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