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RE: [TortoiseSVN 1.6.6, Build 17493 - 64 Bit] Delete actually deletes files

From: James Booze <James.Booze_at_k12.sd.us>
Date: Fri, 6 Nov 2009 16:54:08 -0600

Stefan Küng wrote:
> Very strange.
> But to be clear here: TSVN does not just do an 'svn rm' on selected
> files but first moves them to the trash bin (so they can be recovered
> if
> necessary). Only after that, it executes the 'svn rm' command on the
> (now missing) file. But Subversion allows an 'svn rm' on an non-
> existing
> file (as long as it was versioned).
> I guess the move to the trash bin succeeded, but then the 'svn rm'
> somehow failed?
> Stefan

It's quite possible... everything I removed did get moved to the trash, but it didn't matter if it was a file or directory, it was always listed as missing. Now that I think back on it, it probably has been doing that since I installed r16973 and I just thought I made a mistake somewhere along the line. I normally don't delete enough files to really notice a difference.

Since a more recent nightly fixed my issue, I'm not going to worry about it, but I'll be sure to mention if I see it show up again.



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