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Re: SVN update from Show modifications

From: Tomas Bihary <bihary.t_at_st-software.com>
Date: 2007-10-18 09:29:12 CEST

> From: Stefan K√ľng <tortoisesvn <at> gmail.com>
>
> Simon Large wrote:
>> On 16/10/2007, Tomas Bihary <bihary.t <at> st-software.com> wrote:
>>>>> Hello,
>>>>>
>>>>> it seems I've found a seroius TrotoiseSVN problem.
>>>>>
>>>>> To simulate it a used 3 working copies, that were identical.
>>>>>
>>>>> On the first one a commited
>>>>> 1 modified file
>>>>> 1 added directory
>>>>> 1 added file in that directory
>>>>>
>>>>> On the second working copy I displayed the "Check for modifications"
>>>>> window.
>>>>> I saw there all the modification I've done on the first working copy.
>>>>> I selected the directory that contains all the changes and excuted
>>>>> the Update command.
>>>>> The update process updated the changed file, but DID NOT CREATE THE
>>>>> ADDED DIRECTORY AND FILE.
>>>>> The updated directory was marked as it contains the head revision.
>>>>> Therefore any subsequent Update from the standard popup menu didn't
>>>>> create the new directory and file anyway.
>>>>>
>>>>> On the third working copy I've executed Update command from the
>>>>> standard popup menu.
>>>>> Everything worked fine.
>>>>>
>>>>> I've attached screenshot of the described workflow too.
>>>>> (svn_test 3 - the problematic directory; svn_test 4 - the OK
>>>>> directory)
>>>>> (uploaded here
>>>>> http://www.st-software-ftp.com/download/svn/svn-update-problem.PNG
>>>>> too)
>>>> Which version of TSVN are you using?
>>>>
>>>> Stefan
>>>>
>>> Hallo Stefan,
>>> anything new about the issue.
>>> Are you able to confirm it as a bug?
>>
>> This is definitely a bug in 1.4.5. I have not tried it on trunk yet.
>
> It's not really a bug, but a feature :)
> TSVN 1.4.x does the update non-recursively when started from the
> CSVNStatusListCtrl. Which means it only updates the selected item,
> nothing below it.
>
> In TSVN 1.5, it will update to the working copy depth. Maybe that's
> more what you would expect.
>
> Stefan
>
Hello Stefan,
I'm sorry, but I can not agree, that this is a feuature.
It would be absolutelly OK, when the update is non-recursively.
But after such update is the selected item marked as to be the headcopy
and the next "normal" update won't add the new files.
That's the wrong thing!

Regards Tomas

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