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Re: URL -> WC copy with TortoiseSVN (possible bug)

From: Milen A. Radev <milen_at_radev.net>
Date: 2006-02-15 13:18:53 CET

On 15/02/06, Michal Dobisek <michal.dobisek@polarion.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I was looking for a proper way to perform URL->WC copy with TortoiseSVN
> (this is normally supported by command line client). I didn't find any
> better way than to open Repository Browser, select "Copy to..." and I
> entered the path to my working copy location instead of URL. This had
> surprising effects:
> 1) I was asked for a commit message (which is useless when copying to WC)
> 2) Some strange folders appeared in the Repository Browser (but it wasn't
> actually present in the SVN and disappeared after refresh)
> 3) The resources were correctly copied into to my working copy.
> It seems to me, that 1) and 2) are actually bugs. Or did I abuse this "Copy
> to..." feature and the bug is that my operation wasn't refused completely?
> Is there any other (correct) way how to perform URL->WC copy with Tortoise?

May be I'm a bit slow today but what exactly means "URL->WC copy"?

The closest thing that comes in my mind is creating a branch/tag...
but it could be a kind of "WC->URL" copy, not the other way around.


Milen A. Radev
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Received on Wed Feb 15 13:19:02 2006

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