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Re: Tortoise: bug delete links the original file was deleted

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 23 Sep 2010 19:14:27 +0200

On 22.09.2010 17:10, adi_r_at_gmx.ch wrote:
> Hi there
> Almost a year ago Martin Krumpholz wrote a bug entry for this. See
> mail from 2008-10-13 14:53:37 PDT.
> Now, the problem is not so grave when the link target is versioned
> too. But we have cases where such a .lnk file points to a folder that
> is not under version control. If you now delete this link, the target
> will be deleted too and often this is not recognized.
> In our view this is a very dangerous feature. At least we would
> expect a warning dialog with a choice to select if the the target
> and/or the link should be deleted.
> What do you think about this issue?

Are you really using shortcuts? With shortcuts I can't reproduce this
here: only the shortcut itself (the *.lnk file) is affected.

However if you use NTFS links, you're on your own since as a shell
extension, TSVN will never be able to handle these the way you want.
Shell extensions only get the target path passed to them, with no way to
find out the source NTFS link.


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