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Files deleted from local working copy on update don't go to recycle bin?

From: Dale Anderson <dale.c.anderson_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 7 Oct 2013 13:39:39 -0700 (PDT)

Here's the scenario:

Someone deletes a file from the repository by accident, and then commits.

I happen to be working on the file in question in my working copy. I update my working copy in preparation to commit, and the file that was deleted from the repository also gets removed from my working copy .... apparently along with my work, which seems to be now lost.

I would expect that file to get marked as conflicted, or at the very least, be moved to the recycle bin, but it seems that Tortoise (or the underlying subversion client?) simply zaps the file in to oblivion.

Is this a bug? is this the intended behavior? (hope not!)


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