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Re: new user, questions about deletions

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-22 20:17:07 CET

Oblio wrote:
> Well, that's just it - when the file list comes up, the deleted files
> aren't checked, the deleted directory is. I 'select all', and the whole
> operation aborts because of the directory. If I leave the files
> checked, and remove the directory, it works fine. It won't 'commit' a
> deleted directory.

Tried the following:

* checked out my test working copy
* removed the folder 'test' with 'testfile' in it
* modified some files beneath 'test'
* right click on the wc root, choose commit
==> the deleted folder shows up, including the file in it, both marked
as 'deleted'. And *both* are selected.

Also, if I try to deselect the 'testfile', the folder 'test' also gets
unchecked automatically (you can't commit a file deletion inside a
deleted folder without deleting the folder too). The same is if I try to
deselect the folder itself - the file below gets deselected automatically.

And finally, the commit succeeds without problems.

So please, give us a recipe on how to reproduce this problem (and maybe
you should use the latest version of TSVN?)


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Received on Wed Feb 22 20:17:23 2006

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