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Re: Reverting may delete files

From: Stefan Kueng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 05 Jan 2009 18:42:26 +0100

Jan Normann Nielsen wrote:
> Hi
> In some cases, reverting an added file may cause the file to be deleted.
> My scenario is as following: In a certain folder, I have an added file
> and a changed file in a sub folder.
> C:\data\my-wc\common>svn status
> ? test.txt
> M taglibs\my-taglib.tld
> When choosing "check for modifications" in TSVN on the "common" folder,
> both files show up. Selecting them both and choosing "revert" reverts
> the changed file and deletes the added file and puts in the trashcan. In
> my opinion, TSVN should have left the added file as unversioned.
> The bug is definitely there, but due to disclosure at my company, I
> cannot send a copy of my wc. I've tried to reproduce the bug using a
> very simple local test repository setup, but TSVN doesn't delete the
> file in that case. I hope you are able to fix the bug using my
> description above anyway.

Fixed in r15022.


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