Re: [TSVN] 1.2.2... sad story
> But this is serious... considering that a single move of an "external"
> folder sets its status "Deleted" and it is actually executed the next
> commit thus ruining the external folder and all other projects that
> depends on it can't be checked out anymore. This is especially true for
> a "shared" folders since all other tends to used them - after the move
> now I can't checkout any of my projects anymore.
> I can't get the big picture here since I'm pure tsvn user but... here's
> what I think happens: Just a simple misunderstanding between what user
> wants to do and how tsvn executes it:
> --dir1 (//path/to/project/trunk/dir1)
> --dir2 (//path/to/project/trunk/dir2)
> --externaldir (//external/repository/externaldir)
> this external dir cames as "svn:externals externaldir
> //external/repository/externaldir" property set on the trunk folder.
> So the user(me) selects all folders inside project/trunk and tsvn moves
> them to another folder. In the case of dir1 and dir2 it is ok, however
> "externaldir" gets "moved" to the new folder with svn mv, hence deleted
> from the original location, while in this case it should be just
> shell-moved, skipped or operation aborted, anything but without
> executing a svn mv command on it.
> I know it's not tsvn flaw because it just does what the user told it to
> do - move.
> It is not svn flaw either - it executes the operation correctly (or
> almost correctly).
> It is a user falw - not understanding that this operation is unsafe
> until he breaks all other projects.
> However... can tsvn "mark" such a directories and use a shell move or
> just fail or skip instead of svn mv on them?
No, TSVN can't just ignore what you tell it to do. But try the next
nightly build - now TSVN shows you the error message Subversion throws
instead of just telling you "... has local modifications".
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