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Commit dialog doesn't always refresh

From: Duncan Booth <duncan.booth_at_suttoncourtenay.org.uk>
Date: 2006-05-18 10:30:03 CEST

I'm using TortoiseSVN 1.3.3, Build 6219 and recently I've noticed a
situation where the commit dialog doesn't work quite as well as it should.

My configuration has the following setting:

* = svn:eol-style=native

This ensures that all newly added text files get the correct eol-style by
default, but with the unfortunate side effect that any attempt to add a
binary file will add the file but generate an error message. Adding
multiple files will stop at the first binary file.

When I add a file by right clicking and selecting 'add' in the commit file
window, the window refreshes to show the changed state of the newly added
file. When the add generates an error it doesn't refresh, even though the
add may have successfully added a large number of files, and I have to use
F5 to force a manual (and probably slower refresh) instead.

I think right now the code is assuming that an error on an add means none
of the selected files were added, when it should just assume that they may
not all have been added. Either way it should update the displayed status
on the affected files.

Of course it would be even nicer if it could detect this particular
situation and regard it as a warning rather than a real error, and then I
could add a whole bunch of mixed text and binary files in one go, but I
guess that is down to the underlying svn libraries.

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Received on Thu May 18 10:32:48 2006

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