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Re: Re: bug in move of directories

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_slarge.plus.com>
Date: 2006-09-13 01:43:31 CEST
('binary' encoding is not supported, stored as-is) On Tue Sep 12 21:15 , Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn@gmail.com> sent:

>Maarten Brock wrote:
>> In order to accomplish this I right-dragged "link" to the new location
>> and chose "SVN Move versioned files here". I think I cannot move only
>> half a directory so I created a new one "mcs51" under the moved "link".
>> Then I right-dragged the to the new dir and again
>> click "SVN Move versioned files here".
>> Now before I commit I look at "Check for modifications" on the whole
>> tree. I see:
>> as/link added (+)
>> as/link/mcs51 added
>> as/link/mcs51/ added (+)
>> as/mcs51/ deleted
>> link deleted
>> link/ deleted
>> link/z80 deleted
>> link/z80/ deleted
>> This leads me to believe that the directory "link" was moved but it's
>> files and directories are just deleted. I hope you can understand that
>> looks really scary and I do not feel like doing a commit.
>Even though it looks 'scary', it's all ok. Just commit and you'll see
>that the subdirs and files in the 'added (+)' folders are moved
>correctly too.

Now that you mention it, this has come up before. I seem to remember that
subversion reports deletions in detail (all children), and additions in summary
(top folders only), which seems counter-intuitive. You could try complaining
about it on the suversion users list.


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