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Bug: Secretly committing files behind the scene

From: Peter Olsen <cubetimer_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Thu, 12 Jun 2008 09:42:44 +0200

Found a bug when editing files while committing other files. TortoiseSVN will commit everything - even files that are not shown in the "TortoiseSVN Commit Window".

TortoiseSVN version 1.4.8


1. Edit a few files in a project.
2. Right click the project folder at choose "SVN Commit...".

TortoiseSVN will show you a list of files you've edited - all checked.

3. Without closing the "TortoiseSVN Commit Window" edit another file in your project (one that you didn't edit in step 1).
4. Go back to the "TortoiseSVN Commit Window" and commit your files.
5. Check the log.

Notice that the file you edited in step 3 has been committed even though it wasn't listed in the "TortoiseSVN Commit Window". In fact you can press F5 to refresh between step 3 and 4 and it will in fact show you the extra file.
The behavior I would expect would be that TortoiseSVN would only commit files that are found and shown in step 2. Don't rescan and specially don't rescan behind the scene.

Peter Olsen

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Received on 2008-06-12 09:59:31 CEST

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