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Re: Bug or Feature? Commit Selection ignored

From: Slim and Steve <slimandsteve_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-15 13:18:53 CEST

Stefan K√ľng <tortoisesvn <at> gmail.com> writes:

> 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).

I never noticed this (I use keys, not the mouse to navigate in the dialog, and
keep the mouse well out of it), and it only happened to me with standby/
hibernation in-between. Guess the hourglass is always gone before the commit
message is written...

> 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.

I rather wait, Stefan. At least until I fall into the hourglass trap! ;)


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Received on Tue May 15 13:30:57 2007

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