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From: Peter Yamamoto <yamamotop_at_page44.com>
Date: 2006-07-13 23:29:06 CEST

I'm trying to add some files and folders to an existing folder.
I did check for modifications, and saw what seemed to be an extensive
list of unversioned files. I selected them all and selected add.
But when I then said commit..., there were more unversioned files. So I
selected those and said add.
Then I thought that was weird. So I repeated the process.
I then got more unversioned files in the "check for modifications"
dialog, weird again(?), and selected them and added them.
Back to commit..., more unversioned files show up...
At first I thought maybe it was only adding one layer deep of new
folders, but that doesn't really seem to be the pattern but maybe it
was. After this second iteration it seems like all the files are now
marked for add under the folder I was doing this from.
But if this expected behavior (for multiply nested new folders [which I
do not think it is]), I'd expect something to tell me that I should run
it multiple times to ensure the list is complete.
v TortoiseSVN 1.4.0, Build 6526 - 32 Bit -dev
Subversion 1.4.0, -dev
apr 0.9.12
apr-iconv 0.9.7
apr-utils 0.9.12
berkeley db 4.3.28
neon 0.25.5
OpenSSL 0.9.8a 11 Oct 2005
zlib 1.2.3
Received on Thu Jul 13 23:29:16 2006

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