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RE: SVN Copy confuses TSVN

From: David Balažic <david.balazic_at_hermes-softlab.com>
Date: Thu, 11 Jun 2009 13:08:42 +0200

Milen A. Radev wrote
 
> 2009/6/11 David Balažic <david.balazic_at_hermes-softlab.com>:
> > TSVN 1.6.2
> >
> >  - Open some WC folder (that has versioned subfolders) in
> the explorer.
> >  - in the file view (right part of explorer) drag with the
> right mouse button
> >   a versioned foled into the same space (just move it a bit
> down into an
> >   empty part of the window)
> >  - release right mouse button
> >  - in the context menu select "SVN Copy versioned item(s) here"
> >  - a dialog appears for a new name, enter "foo"
> >  - a copy of the versioned folder is made, named "foo"
> >
> > Now TSVN is already confused.
> > For example, if you change your mind and want to delete the
> new folder,
> > there is no clkean way to do it.
> >
> > Try one:
> >  - delete the "foo" folder in explorer (select and press Delete key)
> > result:
> > CFM window will show the "foo" folder as missing. If you
> right clik it and select "Delete",
> > TSVN will complain with:
> > 'C:\.....\faa' does not exist
> > Check the path and/or URL you've entered.
> >
> > If I refresh the CFM window, the "foo" dir is gone (I
> discovered this whil writing this mail).
> > So this is a bit confusing, but works.
> >
> > Try two:
> >  - right click the "foo" folder in Explorer and select
> "Delete" inthe TSVN submenu.
> > Result:
> > Can do it, there is no "Delete" item in the menu. (except
> "Delete and add to ignore ist",
> > which is not what I want)
> >
> > Try three:
> >  - open CFM for the parent folder and select "Revert..." on "foo".
> > Result:
> > Unable to lock
> 'C:\avl_svn\Sources\PC_CPlusPlus\Calibrator\CalibrationLanguag
> e\foo\res'
> > Please execute the 'Cleanup' command.
> >
> > Performing a Cleanup does not do any change to this.
>
> None of your 3 "methods" of reverting a copy is not the correct one.
> The correct way is to revert the changes to the parent directory.

I tried the parent, the parents parent and its parent.
It all the same.

Then I also tried selecting "Revert...", instead of "Check for modifications"
and that worked without errors.

That the CFM window shows the directory and offers "Revert..." on it which
then fails is still a bug IMO.

Regards,
David

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