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Re: Bug when trying to commit files nested inside a directory

From: Andrew Mainland <Mainland_Andrew_at_solarturbines.com>
Date: Thu, 2 Dec 2010 15:20:44 -0800

Please disregard this email. The problem has something to do with a
renamed folder. I am no longer sure what the problem is but I suspect it
has already been reported.

----- Forwarded by Andrew Mainland/1G/Caterpillar on 12/02/2010 03:20 PM

Andrew Mainland/1G/Caterpillar
12/02/2010 03:07 PM


Bug when trying to commit files nested inside a directory

Caterpillar: Confidential Green Retain Until: 01/01/2011

This may be a very large bug.
I am unable to commit changes if the changed files exist in a directory
more than 1 level deep.
Say I have a file structure such as the following:

From explorer trunk\ will correctly have a red icon indicating that file
inside of it has been changed and could be committed. If I right click
trunk\ > commit I do not see trunk\SomeDir\FileThatHasChanged.txt in the
commit dialoge box. If I navigate inside of trunk and right click SomeDir\
I do see trunk\SomeDir\FileThatHasChanged.txt

By "do not see" and "see" I mean the commit dialog box that would allow me
to submit a message and select which files I want to commit. From the
trunk\ level's commit dialoge it would appear that no files have changed.

In other words when I right click > commit Tortise does not seem to be
recursively navigating the tree of files so as to report which files have
changed so that I can check them for the commit. This means that I must
right click every directory myself.

I am on version


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