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

From: Stefan KŁng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-05-14 10:15:57 CEST

Joshua Ball wrote:

> I think I have found a bug in TortoiseSVN; here is how to recreate it:
> Suppose you have a checkout like this:
> C:\myproject\branches\
> C:\myproject\tags\
> C:\myproject\trunk\
> C:\myproject\trunk\dir1\
> C:\myproject\trunk\dir1\myprog.py
> C:\myproject\trunk\dir2\
> C:\myproject\trunk\dri2\myprog2.py
> And suppose you want to get rid of dir1. However, you have two
> unversioned files in the directory:
> C:\myproject\trunk\dir1\myprog.pyc
> C:\myproject\trunk\dir1\notestoself.txt
> 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.

Changed the message in revision 6502.


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