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Re: AW: Minor problem with commit (Update)

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 10 Mar 2010 19:01:25 +0100

On 10.03.2010 10:13, Jens Geyer wrote:
>>> 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.

That's a known problem in the svn library. AFAIK it's fixed on the svn
trunk, but due to the complete rewrite of the path handling it won't
make it back to the 1.6.x branch.


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