On 19.09.2010 20:38, Michael Geisinger wrote:
> Replacing multiple files using drag& drop in Windows Explorer does
> not copy all files.
> Steps to reproduce: - Create a working copy with two branches that
> have identically named files in them. - In Windows Explorer, select
> multiple files from one branch, right click on the selection and drag
> the files to a different folder/branch in the same working copy. -
> Choose "SVN copy versioned item(s) here". - A dialog box appears:
> "The target file ... already exists. Do you want to replace the
> file?" - When answering yes, only one file out of the selection will
> be replaced and the other files will simply be ignored.
> Expected result: A dialog box should be presented for each file to be
> replaced. If possible, a "Yes to all" and a "Cancel" button in the
> dialog box would also be nice.
> A simple workaround is of course to replace each file individually.
This works as expected on trunk.
> When using "SVN move versioned item(s) here" instead, a new name has
> to be entered for each file when a file name of that name already
> exists. In this situation, I'd also expect to be able to replace the
> existing files. However, entering the same name is not possible
> currently (OK button grayed out).
Just change the name, then change it back again. The button is disabled
to prevent an accidental replace.
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Received on 2010-09-21 20:11:10 CEST