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RE: Re: Bug - TortoiseSVN

From: Rick Kwitkoski <rkwitkoski_at_yahoo.ca>
Date: Thu, 9 Sep 2010 11:57:28 -0700 (PDT)

But if you rename the file in WinEx and then commit the "new" file and the "missing old file" you get the re-named file. The old one is gone. Update does not get it back.
The log in both cases still says:
Oldname - deleted
Newname - added

So what's the difference if I use the TSVN rename function or just rename the file in WinEx and be sure that I commit the missing file?


> On Thu, Sep 9, 2010 at 14:10, Owen Ashcroft <Owen.Ashcroft_at_ajbell.co.uk> wrote:
> > I used the option on the menu to rename
> Sorry, I don't believe that.
> Just try it yourself: if you really used the TSVN command to rename
> the file, then:
> * the commit dialog would show both file, and the file with the old
> name as 'deleted' (not 'missing' !) and the new one as 'added+'
> * an update would *not* bring the old file back
> So you really didn't rename the file with the TSVN or SVN command.
> Stefan


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