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Copy file paths when commiting not working properly

From: Twan <twanspringeling_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Tue, 2 Aug 2011 02:19:13 -0700 (PDT)

At my work we use a document that contains filepaths for files that should be uploaded to a webserver from the svn server (not all files that are commited will be uploaded).
We update this file with almost every commit we make.
When copying filepaths from the commit screen it will copy the word 'Path \r\n' before the actual path. This is very annoying since we have to strip the word Path for every copy.
This however does work correctly when copying the filepaths from the SVN Log. I therefore would ask that the Commit window would use the same copy behavior as the Show Low window.

Steps for WRONG Copy's:

1. Richt Click on SVN Map/File
2. Left Click Commit
3. Left Click on a file to select it.
4. Press Ctrl+c (Copy)
5. Paste somewhere (Ctrl+v)
6. It will paste the following path:

7. Go back to the commit screen and Left Click Ok
8. Left Click eighter Sending content or Modified
9. Press Ctrl+c (Copy)
10 Paste somewhere (Ctrl+v)
11. It will paste the following path:
Sending content: /App_Code/XX/BB/YY.cs
Modified: /App_Code/XX/BB/YY.cs

When looking up the log it does work correctly:

1. Richt Click on SVN Map/File
2. Select TorToiseSVN
3. Left Click Show Low
4. Select any revision
5. Left Click on a file of a revision to select it.
6. Press Ctrl+c (Copy)
7. Paste somewhere (Ctrl+v)
8. It will paste the following path:


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Received on 2011-08-02 12:40:20 CEST

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