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Re: bug in move of directories

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-12 16:48:39 CEST

Maarten Brock wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm using TortoiseSVN 1.4.0, Build 6876 - 32 Bit -dev
> I think I found a bug. When I right-click and drag a versioned directory to a different place in the
> tree and choose 'move' then everything is moved as expected, the old dir is marked deleted, the
> new dir is marked added(+), the files in the directory are still versioned, but any subdirectory under
> the moved directory is no longer versioned. The files inside the subdirectory still seem versioned
> though.
> After doing this I don't dare to commit, because I'm afraid I will loose the whole subdirectory and
> everything in it.
> I hope this is clear enough, if not please contact me.

I can't reproduce this here. When I move a folder with versioned
subfolders to another location (or if I just rename the folder in SVN),
all the subfolders are still versioned at the new location.
The subfolders don't show the 'added' overlay though, but that's not a
problem. Just committing the parent folder which is marked as added is

Are your subfolders maybe part of another repository (nested layout)?


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