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Bug when committing a newly added directory?

From: Tobias Schäfer <tobiasschaefer_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2006-05-02 21:40:35 CEST


I have a very strange behaviour when opening the commit dialog for a newly
added directory containing new files.

To reproduce:
1. create a directory inside an up to date working copy: folderA
2. create a file in the new directory: folderA\fileA.txt
3. Call "SVN Add" on the folder. The add dialog will list folderA and
folderA\fileA.txt. Confirm this with ok.
4. Call "SVN Commit" on the folder folderA

I would now have expected to see folderA and folderA\fileA.txt in the dialog.
Instead I see folderA twice. If the parent folder of folderA contains
unversioned or modified files then these are also listed although they are
outside of folderA! The file names are always missing the first n-characters,
whereas n is the number of characters of the newly added directory.

Can anybody confirm this? Im currently using the nightly 1.4.0-dev, revision


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