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Re: Bug in "repair-move" with auto-props?

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 21 Oct 2008 18:28:39 +0200

Thomas Mapson wrote:
> Dear Tortoise developers,
> I may have found a bug in TortoiseSVN (see version-info below).
> What works fine: When I add a ZIP-file to my repository, the
> properties are set correctly according to my autoprops-settings (see
> subversion-config-file below).
> Szenario: First I add a ZIP-file (just add, no commit). Then I rename
> the file (without telling Tortoise or svn, just in Windows explorer).
> Afterwards, I click "SVN Commit...", select the missing and the
> unversioned files and choose "repair move". Then "OK" in order to
> commit the change.
> Expected result: The file is added to the repository, with the
> configured properties.
> Actual result (bug?): The file is added to the repository, i.e. part
> of "repair move" works. But the properties configured in auto-props
> are not set, causing the server to reject the commit (because of a
> pre-commit-hook).
> I hope this bug-report helps.

Thanks for the report.
I've sent a bug report to the Subversion mailing list, since the bug is
in the svn library (moving added files looses the properties).


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