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Re: Bug: Secretly committing files behind the scene

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 12 Jun 2008 11:35:22 +0200

Jean-Marc van Leerdam wrote:

> It's not really a bug because in fact TSVN does not re-scan the
> folders: if all files are selected the commit is a recursive commit
> (TSVN passes the top folder to the SVN libraries for committing).
> If you deselect at least one versioned file, then TSVN will do a
> non-recursive commit by supplying all checked files individually to
> the SVN libraries. In that case, any files modified after the dialog
> was opened will not be committed.
> Maybe we need some kind of hint to indicate to the user that the
> commit will be recursive or not. I don't know what form that hint
> should take though.

TSVN 1.5 monitors the folder for changes while the dialog is open. That
means as soon as it detects a change in a file that is not selected for
commit, it automatically reverts back to a non-recursive commit.


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