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Re: [TSVN] Deleting directories (physically, then commit)

From: Markus Fischer <markus_at_fischer.name>
Date: 2005-09-09 16:52:25 CEST

Simon Large wrote:
> Markus Fischer wrote:
>> from the time to time it happens that a directory is brute-force
>> deleted from the filesystem without doing it over TSVN.
> How does that happen? Is it a directory that should not really be under
> version control?

No, it should. But this checkout is actually on a share where two kind
of teams are working on: developers aware of SVN and editors not aware
of it. Since nobody is perfect it happen sometimes that an editor
deletes a directory (when he should tell us). But since it also
sometimes happens to developers too, there no one to blame ;)

>> E.g. im in \project\ and deleted the directory \project\dir1\
>> completely and then "Commit" in \project\ I get this message from TSVN:
>> Error:
>> Commit failed (details follow)
>> Entry for 'C:\project\dir1\' has no URL
>> Try a "Cleanup". If that doesn't work you need to do a fresh checkout
>> I did ran cleanup but it didn't help.
> Update the parent directory and the missing files will be downloaded
> automatically.

Isn't there a way to make this more user friendly? It works with deleted
files, are there limitations why this can't be expanded to directories?

- Markus

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Received on Fri Sep 9 16:52:48 2005

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