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Re: Apply patch features...

From: Stefan K√ľng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-24 20:21:26 CEST

Joseph Galbraith wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I sometimes "shelf" changes I'm working on by creating
> a patch and then, later, go back to them by applying the
> patch.
>
> I've noticed that:
>
> A.) I get prompted for where to save files that were "added"
> when I created the patch, even though there appears to
> be enough information in the patch file to automatically
> put these files back where they were originally.

That shouldn't happen. Can you explain exactly the steps you do to
create the patch and apply it later? It might be important to mention
the paths too, e.g., where you right-click to create/apply the patch.
Oh, and don't forget to mention the version of TSVN you're using.

> B.) These new files are not 'added' after the patch. I have
> to manually svn add them.

We've decided to *not* add the files automatically. You may not want
this (e.g., if you simply want to try a patch and then decide not to
commit it).
It's simple enough to add them from the commit dialog (show unversioned
files, then simply check those unversioned files you want to add).

Stefan

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