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no difference between 'yes' and 'yes to all' when warned while deleting a folder

From: Joshua Ball <sciolizer_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-05-13 17:31:41 CEST


I think I have found a bug in TortoiseSVN; here is how to recreate it:

Suppose you have a checkout like this:


And suppose you want to get rid of dir1. However, you have two
unversioned files in the directory:


If in Windows explorer, you right click on dir1, select TortoiseSVN...
Delete, then Tortoise will give you a warning like this:

"C:\myproject\trunk\dir1\myprog.pyc" is an unversioned file. Are you
sure you want to delete it?

And the choices will be "Yes", "No", and "Yes to All"

If you say "No", the operation cancels. Very good.

If you say "Yes" or "Yes to All", the operation continues and
completes. When I click "Yes", I am never told that
"C:\myproject\trunk\dir1\notestoself.txt" is an unversioned file, am I
sure I want to delete it.

Josh "Ua" Ball

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