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Re: Update to revision... (after renaming a file)

From: Ralf Becker <ralf.becker_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2007-07-12 16:32:07 CEST

to make it short...I don't think this is a bug but more a missunderstanding on my side...

the question is how can I update the working copy of a versioned file to an older revision after it has been renamed ? (e.g. revision 50 of a versioned file has been renamed and revision 49 is requested to be the revision within the working copy)

I tried it with right click on the file in the working copy --> TSVN-->Update to revision...-->Rev=49-->OK --> the file with the new name (revision 50) is then deleted out of the working copy but the file with the old name (revision 49) is not copied from the repository into the working copy ! (see also attached result dialog)

what am I doing wrong ?


  ----- Original Message -----
  From: Ralf Becker
  To: users@tortoisesvn.tigris.org
  Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2007 12:21 PM
  Subject: Update to revision... (after renaming a file)


  I'm not sure if I found a bug, so here is some description of what I have done...

  1. Rename of a versioned file from "name_old" (revision 1) to "name_new" (revision 2) (right click on the file from the repository browser --> Rename)
  2. Then I wanted to update my working copy to revision 1 (with the old name) --> all I got was a "Deleted" Action on revision 2 in the working copy ?!

  My question:

  Shouldn't TSVN bring up revision 1 to my working copy again ? (my tool configuration is attached as png)

  thanks in advance for help !

  Ralf Becker

  PS: great tool !!!

  Dipl.-Ing.(FH) Ralf Becker

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