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Re: How to remove local files without affecting repository

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 04 May 2009 18:04:39 +0200

M_Z wrote:
> Call it cherry picking of directories then... I'm not confusing the
> effective difference between types of operations; but to my mind the
> first time you grab a file from the repository into a working copy,
> that's its "initial checkout", regardless of which command is used to
> perform the transfer. The point is "Update To Revision..." is active
> when you select multiple dirs and files in the Explorer files view of
> a working copy but not in the Repo Browser's files view, for the case
> where when each item is selected individually it does show up. If it's
> active when one dir is selected, in other words, it should still be
> active when more then one dir is selected. The interface appearances
> are unwarrantedly inconsistent, and makes for more work on the users
> part than necessary.

It's active in 1.6.x when multiple items are selected, but only if the
first selected one refers to a directory that's not present locally.

Stefan

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