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Re: Copied files don't get reverted to recycle bin

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 20 Aug 2012 21:26:56 +0200

On 20.08.2012 20:45, Michael Geisinger wrote:
> Hi,
> when I locally copy a file using TortoiseSVN and revert the copy
> operation afterwards, the file does not end up in the recycle bin
> although the "Use recycle bin when reverting" option is checked in the
> settings. This can lead to lost edits if I edited the file prior to
> reverting.
> Steps to reproduce:
> 1. Open an SVN working copy in Windows explorer.
> 2. Right-click and drag a versioned file and select "SVN copy and
> rename versioned file here".
> 3. Enter a valid new name.
> 4. Probably edit the newly added file (this step is of couse optional).
> 5. Revert the copy operation (choosing TortoiseSVN --> Undo Add... from
> the popup menu).
> 6. Inspect the recycle bin: the file is not there, although "Use
> recycle bin when reverting" check box is checked in the settings.
> Expected behavior:
> Place the file in the recycle bin, just like when reverting a change on
> a normally versioned file.

Thanks for the report.
I've opened issue #398 for this:


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