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Re: Bug or Feature? Commit Selection ignored

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-14 17:49:38 CEST

Slim and Steve wrote:
> I guess it is considered as a feature that just escapes me, but after
> falling into this bug trap for several times during the last year I can't
> find it funny anymore and seriously think about switching back to
> exclusive use of the SVN commandline:
>
> 1) start commit dialog through right click menue in file manager;
>
> 2) select some of the files and enter the commit message;

I think that is enough - the other steps you mentioned are not really
necessary to trigger that bug.

There was a bug which manifests itself exactly as you described: the
commit ignores the deselected files but commits everything.
But to trigger that bug, you have to click on the files to deselect them
while the mousepointer is still showing the hourglass (there's a time
window where the files are already visible but the mousepointer is still
an hourglass: TSVN scans the files for keywords to use in autocompletion
during that time).

It was fixed in revision 9158: you can use a nightly build from the
stable (1.4.x) branch if you like, or wait until we relase version 1.4.4.

Stefan

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