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Re: Bug Report: Undo-Add causes Revert-Action

From: Felix Saphir <felix.saphir_at_kantarmedia.com>
Date: Wed, 09 May 2012 12:15:31 +0200

Am 09.05.2012 11:26, schrieb Philipp Reusch:
> Conclusion:
> - modified file can be set to state "added" if a non-version
> file is in the selection
> - if you select "Undo Add" on a modified file with state
> "added", you'll cause a "Revert" Action
> Reproduction:
> - Opened "Check for Modifications" (Working Copy-Root)
> - In the list:
> o Foo.file modified
> o Bar.file non-versioned
> - Selected both files to commit them
> - Recognized that "Bar.file" is non-versioned, so I
> right-clicked on it (both files are selected!) and chose the "Add"
> action
> - Both files are set to state "added"
> - To prevent an inconsistency of "Foo.file" I selected the
> "Foo.file", right-clicked and chose the Action "Undo Add" (in hopes
> that it's set back to state "modified")
> - "Foo.file" was reverted and all changes are gone

FWIW I can reproduce this with TortoiseSVN 1.7.6, Build 22632. Make sure
to select the unversioned file last, otherwise the context menu has no
"Add" item.


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