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Re: Two step folder rename...

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 13 Jun 2010 15:48:05 +0200

On 11.06.2010 23:46, BRM wrote:
> I had accidentally deleted a folder in my repo today, which I then tried to restore in a single step copy; however, TSVN wouldn't let me.
> I think this is just UI thing - that it may need to be smarter to realize it is pulling from the history and that it can use the same at the latest revision.
> I ended up doing a two step - naming the copy as something else, then renaming it to what I really wanted it to be.
> Here's what I did:
> 1. Opened the TSVN Repo Browser
> 2. Set the it to look at an older revision
> 3. Found the folder I wanted to restore, right-clicked on it and selected 'Copy to...'
> 4. The dialog that came up had the OK disabled until I set a different name in - so I appended ".restored"

Just add a space and remove it again. The OK button will get enabled as
soon as there is a change. And it will stay enabled even if you modify
it back the the very same name.
The OK button is disabled to prevent accidental 'OK's by pressing return.


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