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Re: bug: Restore after commit file attribute

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 20 Oct 2013 20:37:10 +0200

On 19.10.2013 02:13, Adam Manwaring wrote:
> When I use the restore after commit function to commit only parts of a
> file it works as expected. The problem is that after the commit the
> restored file has the 'T' attribute set. As I understand it this
> attribute means temporary which makes sense during the commit, but not
> afterward.
> The attribute interferes with my IDE (PhpEd) when I'm trying to search
> in files. It refuses to search within temporary files. I'm reporting
> this to them as well particularly since I can't think of a reason to not
> search temporary files.
> Still it seems to me that this file attribute should be removed after
> the commit is completed.

Created issue #581 for this:


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