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AW: Minor problem with commit (Update)

From: Jens Geyer <jgx_at_vsx.net>
Date: Wed, 10 Mar 2010 10:13:42 +0100

> > Given a folder, where one file is changed.
> > Select only that single file in Explorer, then right-click to commit the changed file.
> > => TSVN tells you that there are no changes, nothing to do"
> >
> > Now select more files (of course including the changed one).
> > Again, right-click and try to commit
> > => Now TSVN shows the changes correctly and allows to commit

> I can not reproduce this.
> Maybe the path to that modified file is somewhat special?
> Does it have spaces or other special chars in it (the path, not the file)?
> is it maybe an UNC path?

Yes, now that you are saying it ... indeed it is an UNC-path.
More precisely, it's an UNC path including an admin share (c$).

I tried to commit exactly the same file locally on that machine and there it works as expected.
It also works when I assign a drive letter to the share.
The problem occurs only using the UNC-Name.



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