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Re: How to de-nest a nested working copy?

From: Adam Aulick <adam_at_aulick.net>
Date: 2006-04-26 20:51:52 CEST

Sven Brueggemann <SBrueggemann@...> writes:

>
> Adam Aulick wrote:
>
> > I have a repository hierarchy like this:
> > trunk
> > include
> > src
> > my_project
> > ...eighty-odd other projects
[snip: Commit at trunk does not see changes in my_project, Check for
modifications at trunk shows my_project directory text status as Nested,
changes to files in it do not appear]
>
> As long as you didn't change properties of the trunk folder in your
> WC: open the trunk folder in explorer, Strg-A, right-click on a file
> and select "Commit".
>
> TSVN is clever enough to see that the marked files and folders can
> be committed in a single transaction and does it.

This is not the case for me. The my_project subdirectory, which shows up as
"Nested" in the modifications dialog, does not show up at all in the Commit
dialog, and changes in that subdirectory are in fact not committed unless I do a
second SVN Commit on the subdirectory.

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Received on Wed Apr 26 20:52:19 2006

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