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Re: Rename file suggests too many suggestions

From: Gavin Lambert <tsvn_at_mirality.co.nz>
Date: Mon, 23 Sep 2013 12:35:48 +1200

On 9/21/2013 10:15 AM, Quoth Jason Jerome:
> I'm trying to rename one file in a folder (with hundreds of files):
> [right-click on file] > TortiseSVN > Rename...
> The Rename dialog appears:
> dbo.User_data.Table.sql
> I rename it and choose OK:
> dbo.User_data_old.Table.sql
> 3. The suggestions it gives are WAY off base, for example:
> dbo.Addresses.Table.sql -> dbo.User_data_old.Table.Addresses.Table.sql

The basename of a file is only up to the first dot. So you have
hundreds of files called "dbo" with various file extensions.

This is why you're seeing that behaviour.

You'll find a lot of other tools that would have similar issues. If
possible, you might want to consider changing the naming convention on
these files to use some other character in place of the dot, so that the
"real" .sql file extension is seen.


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