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Re: Moving to 'ignore-on-commit' doesn't uncheck commit box

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2008 18:17:08 +0200

Russell Pinnington wrote:
> Hi, I'd consider this a minor bug:
> 1) Right click a folder with some modified files, and choose "SVN Commit"
> 2) Notice that the modified files have the box next to them checked.
> 3) Right click one or more of the modified files, choose "Move to
> changelist", then "ignore-on-commit"
> 4) Notice that the files still have the box checked, even though they
> are now in the "ignore-on-commit" changelist
> 5) Click OK and notice that the files you just told it to ignore get
> checked in.
> I don't think this is intuitive behaviour, as I tell it to ignore the
> files on commit, and then they get committed anyway.
> I think that moving a file to the "ignore-on-commit" changelist should
> uncheck the box.

Thanks for the report.
Fixed in r13454, backported to 1.5.x in r13455.


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