> On Sep 7, 2:41 am, Stefan Küng <tortoise..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
>> frus..._at_pacbell.net wrote:
>>> I'm using TSVN 1.5.3 on windows XP. I just discovered that I can't do
>>> the batch "undo add" either, and in looking to see if this shortcoming
>>> was already known I found this thread. I'm new to SVN, so perhaps I'm
>>> just confused, but I believe 1.5.3 came out after the message above
>>> was posted. Did it revert again?
>> Works for me.
>> The "undo add" of course only works if the file you right-click on is
>> actually 'added'. If you select a bunch of files where not all of them
>> are added, then the menu won't show up.
> No, this is a simple case. I've just added "dummy1.txt" and
> "dummy2.txt" to a folder, added them, selected just those two files,
> and right clicked. I still see the problem. Here is a screen shot
> (50KB or so):
> It is easy enough to work around, so it is no real inconvenience to
> me, but I thought you'd want to know that at least for some
> configuration out there, the problem still exists.
> The example above was of two files which were added at the same time.
> I have no understanding of what svn is doing under the hood, so I
> tried an experiment which perhaps reveals nothing. I repeated the
> above experiment with two files that were added separately, but I had
> the same result as in the screen shot.
This change (allowing "undo add" for multiple targets) was only added to
trunk, not the 1.5.x branch.
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Received on 2008-09-08 18:29:12 CEST