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What SHOULD happen here?

From: Robert Roessler <robertr_at_rftp.com>
Date: Mon, 07 Jan 2008 20:58:31 -0800

As sometimes happens, I changed my mind and decided that I did NOT want
the last change to a file (I wanted to "undo" the previous commit).

So I used the TSVN context menu entry "Update to revision..." and
selected the previous rev and ONLY that file. The "rollback" or
whatever it should be called in SVN-land happened, but the overlay
stayed as "Normal" ("Unmodified")... refreshes did not change this.

My question is: is this the most reasonable thing to have happen here?
If there isn't a special overlay for "Reverted" or something, shouldn't
it at least show "Modified" - it is no longer "current" WRT the WC or
the repo, right?

This is with the 11652 32-bit nightly on XP SP2.

Robert Roessler

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