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Re: Bug when committing a newly added directory?

From: Peter McNab <mcnab_p_at_melbpc.org.au>
Date: 2006-05-02 22:00:38 CEST

Tobias Schäfer wrote:
> Hi,
> 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
> 6414.
> Tobias
Confirmed rev 6404.
An unversioned hidden folder, similar to but not an .svn folder was also
truncated and made visible.


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