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Rename messes up on multiple extensions

From: Stein Somers <ssomers_at_opnet.com>
Date: Wed, 25 Sep 2013 09:19:16 -0700 (PDT)

When you SVN Rename a versioned file and similar files exists, Tortoise offers to rename them too. But if you accept the offer and the versioned file has multiple extensions, the result is unreasonable.

To reproduce:

1. Create repository with 2 files: this.one.two and this.three

2. In working copy, SVN rename "this.one.two" to "that.one.two". Question appears;
ToroiseSVN has detected similar filenames. Do you want the files:
this.tree -> that.one.three
to be renamed too?

3a. If you press No, all is fine: this.one.two becomes that.one.two.

3b. If you press Yes, this.tree is renamed as offered, but this.one.two becomes that.one.one.two


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