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Bug: Updating multiple directories in two groups. "Target path does not exist"

From: Stime, Brett <bstime_at_ibsys.com>
Date: Wed, 12 Aug 2009 10:30:57 -0500

What I did:

1. Select multiple working-copy 'trunk' directories.

  One set has associated URLs in the following form:

    https://code.mycompany.com/abc/foo/trunk (rooted at /abc)


  The remaining directories' URLs take this form:

    https://code.mycompany.com/def/bar/trunk (rooted at /def)


2. Choose 'SVN Update' from the Windows Explorer context menu.



What I wanted to happen (assuming 2 of each representing the kinds
described above):

The Tortoise update dialog pops open and reports something like the

Command: Update

Completed: At revision: 1116

Completed: At revision: 1116

Completed: At revision: 6602

Completed: At revision: 6602


Note that each directory falls into one of two revision numbers.



What actually happened:

Command: Update

Completed: At revision: 1116

Completed: At revision: 1116

Error: Target path does not exist



If I pick and choose to segregate the groups manually, both groups of
directories will finish updating independent of the other. I'd like to
update them all at once.



Brett Stime

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