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Re: Automatic update misses files (1.7.1)

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 07 Nov 2011 20:42:23 +0100

On 07.11.2011 16:36, Michael Schießl wrote:
> Hi,
> 1.7.1 tries to automatically update if files are out of date, but
> misses versioned files which have been dragged into the commit
> window. Example:
> src/foo1/bar1.cpp src/foo2/bar2.cpp src/foo2/bar3.cpp src/bar4.cpp
> All files have changes and I open a commit window by selecting foo1
> and foo2 and select commit in the context menu. Then I select commit
> on bar4.cpp and drag bar4.cpp from the second commit window into the
> first.
> If all files are out of date bar1.cpp, bar2.cpp and bar3.cpp get
> updated automatically but bar4.cpp does not.

I don't understand.
An update means you run the update command. There is no automatic update
done in SVN or TSVN.
And commits aren't done automatically either.

So what exactly do you mean?


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