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Re: svn replaced files

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-10-30 09:43:03 CET

Gavin Lambert wrote:
> Stefan K?ng wrote:
> >> Here's an idea:
> >> If the file's status is 'deleted', name the menu item "Add (as
> >> replacement)" instead of "Add".
> >
> >Done that in revision 4700.
> The same thing affects renames as well. From the command line, I can
> (and frequently do) do something like this:
> svn rm file.txt
> svn mv otherfile.txt file.txt
> svn commit
> Trying this from within TortoiseSVN, however, yields the error
> "'E:\Test\file.txt' is scheduled for deletion; it must be committed
> before being overwritten". Which is untrue (as far as SVN is
> concerned), and inconvenient -- I *can't* commit in between the delete
> and the move or it'll leave the server copy in a non-sane state.

When I try that with the command line, I get the exact same error too.
So either you're wrong and it's not possible, or you're doing something
else with the command line client.


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