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Re: feature request: "repair" a move/rename after a file has been moved/renamed not using the subversion commands

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-08-10 19:27:02 CEST

Jim Bolla wrote:
> An issue I run into frequently is that files will get renamed/moved
> using normal OS move/rename operations as performed by my IDE (Visual
> Studio.NET) as I'm working on my project. Then when it's time to commit
> my changes, they show up to Tortoise/Subversion as a file has been
> deleted and a new file exists. This unfortunately breaks the chain of
> change history of the original file once committed. What would be
> extremely useful would be if I could, from the commit dialog, select a
> file marked as "missing" (the original file moved/renamed) and a file
> marked as "non-versioned" (the same file with a new filename/location)
> and have Tortoise restore the relationship between these 2 files,
> simulating a Subversion move/rename action. Thanks.



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Received on Thu Aug 10 19:27:18 2006

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