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Re: [TSVN] Feature request: Delete missing file from version control

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-09-23 18:02:15 CEST

Jan Normann Nielsen wrote:

> When using "check for modifications", the only operation available on a
> missing file is "revert". Often, a missing file is a file that has been
> deleted intentionally by a program (maybe your favorite IDE which
> doesn't support SVN) because it should be, and therefore it would be
> nice to be able to delete it from version control directly for the
> "check for modifications dialog" by adding "Delete" or ("Revert and
> delete" if that is more correct).
> Today, I have to revert the file (after which it disappears from the
> "check for modifications" dialog), locate it in Explorer (this wastes my
> time), and choose "delete". This is a lot of work just to delete a file
> from version control if it has been deleted on the file system.

Missing files will get automatically deleted if you select them in the
commit dialog. So why do you need to explicitely delete them?


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Received on Fri Sep 23 18:02:41 2005

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