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Re: Bug - TortoiseSVN

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 09 Sep 2010 21:12:54 +0200

On 09.09.2010 20:57, Rick Kwitkoski wrote:
> 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?

The difference is that you just lost all the history. The log dialog
will stop at the rename and not be able to follow the rename of the file

A rename is done as an add-with-history and a delete. What you did was
however just an ordinary add and a delete.


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