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Re: SVN Copy confuses TSVN

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 11 Jun 2009 18:21:04 +0200

David Balažic wrote:
> 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.

Improved that in r16573.

> 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)

Nope, and for a reason:
your copied folder has the status "added". So there's an entry shown
"undo add" instead - that's what you should use.


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