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Deleting missing files in Commit dialog does not show their status correctly

From: Konstantin Kolinko <knst.kolinko_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 2 Feb 2012 22:45:18 +0400

I am on WinXP SP3 using TortoiseSVN 1.7.4, Build 22459 - 32 Bit

Steps to reproduce
1. Install TSVN + command-line client
2. Create folder "C:\temp.1"
3. Download repro-template.bat [1] to that folder and run it there.
It creates Greek tree sample repository and checks it out into "C:\temp.1\wc"

4. Delete the following directory in Windows (e.g. move to Recycle bin):

5. Go to C:\temp.1\wc\ and invoke "SVN Commit..." command there.
The commit dialog lists 3 folders and 3 files as missing.
Command-line client status command shows:
C:\temp.1\wc>svn st
! A\B
! A\B\lambda
! A\B\E
! A\B\E\alpha
! A\B\E\beta
! A\B\F

6. Right-click the "A\B" line in commit dialog and choose "Delete".

Here the behaviour of Commit dialog is wrong.
The file list in commit dialog shows:
[x] A/B: deleted
[ ] A/B/E (and all other folders,files): missing

I would expect that
1. All files and folders should be listed as "deleted", because that
is their correct status.
2. All of them to be "selected" for subsequent commit: [x].

The command-line client shows correctly:
C:\temp.1\wc>svn st
D A\B\lambda
D A\B\E\alpha
D A\B\E\beta

If I close and reopen Commit dialog it shows the files correctly (all
deleted and all selected).

Last time when I used this feature in Commit dialog previously was
around mid-November and it was working correctly - it should have been
TSVN 1.7.1 at that time.

[1] http://subversion.apache.org/docs/community-guide/repro-template.bat

Best regards,
Konstantin Kolinko


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