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[Bug report] Updating folders recursively doesn't work

From: Mathieu Bridon <mathieu.bridon_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2008 19:55:41 +0100


Here is my first bug report to Tortoise SVN. I searched if it were
already reported but couldn't find it. If it is a known issue, please
excuse my stupidity and feel free to give me a roast (but do it by
answering this mail so that I know how useless I've been :)

* What I tryed to do:
I have the following arborescence:
  \-> Folder1
         \-> Folder1-1
                \-> File1-1-1
                \-> File1-1-2
         \-> File1-1
         \-> File1-2
  \-> Folder2

For some reason, I deleted the working copy of Folder1. But no
problem, as I still have it on the SVN server.

So I simply checked modifications of ProjectRoot, and in the list that
opened, I tryed to "Update" the Folder1 folder.

* Expected results:
I should now have a full copy of Folder1 and all of its content.

* Actual results:
I now have the following arborescence:
  \-> Folder1
         \-> File1-1
         \-> File1-2
  \-> Folder2

As you can see, the folder Folder1 was updated, with all the files it
contains, but it was not done recursively, as the subfolders and all
their contents were not fetched.

The _real_ problem is that the svn metadata (don't know if that's how
it's called) are just fine, as if all subfolders had been fetched. This is
kind of annoying as I won't see I don't have this folders and any
update / modification-check (even in another svn browser as the
subclipse plugin for eclipse) won't show this folder as missing in
my local copy.

* Release used: I first had this behaviour with release 1.4.1 (yes,
some are lazy on the updates :), but could reproduce with release

* How reproducible: always

If you need any more information, just ask.

As I couldn't register to the mailing list, could you add me in CC to
the replies (as it was written on tortoisesnv's website) ?

Thanks in advance

Mathieu Bridon

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