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Re: Cannot non-recursively commit a directory deletion of a directory with child nodes

From: Adrián Chapela <achapela.rexistros_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 13 Aug 2009 13:29:32 +0200

Simon Large escribió:
> 2009/8/12 Adrián Chapela <achapela.rexistros_at_gmail.com>:
>> I am getting this error and I have no idea the reason. I have marked
>> four folders for its deletion and these folders have files and
>> sub-folders, but what is the reason to the error ? and more important
>> How could I solve my commit problem ?
>> I have searched information and the solution seems to be do a commit
>> folder by folder and then the other commit files (added files, modified
>> files...). Is this real ? I have installed the last release of
>> TortoiseSVN but the problem hasn't gone away.
> The clue is in the error message. You can only delete a directory
> recursively. If you uncheck one of the child nodes, and possibly if
> you local modifications to the child nodes, you cannot commit,
> otherwise you would get orphaned items.

I have discovered the problem. The problem was that TorToise have
detected that the root folder of the project was modified. I have to
commit the root_folder independently of the other changes, deletions, etc.

Other problem was the uploading the changes then. I have marked for
deletion this folder: /root_folder/images and then I have uploaded the
next folder: /root_folder/new/images. The folders are totally
different. The deletions have made very well but the commit have ignore
/root_folder/new/images folder, Why could be the reason for that ? The
folder didn't appear in the TortoiseSVN commit dialog and I need delete
the folder and copy again to my working copy to do a new commit.

I don't know the reason of this failures. I am using the last version of
> Simon


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