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Re: revert to revision marks unmodified files as modified

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2009 17:32:51 +0100

paul_at_piak.nl wrote:
> Hello,
> When I choose 'revert to this revision' in the 'show log' window,
> many more files than were reverted (all but one) are marked as
> modified in the windows explorer. When I view the differences, the
> diff viewer does not show any differences. When committing this state
> all these files are committed, although they have not actually
> changed.
> This seems to happen only in projects with sub-folders and when a
> file in a sub-folder has changed. Tortoise seems to mess up when
> assigning the 'modified' property.

There is no 'modified property'. But since "revert to this revision"
does a reverse merge, what you see is that Subversion adds a lot of
svn:mergeinfo properties on your files.
If you want, you can remove those properties. If you leave them, the
next merge will be faster.


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