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Bug when SVN-copying (overwriting) files inside a working copy

From: Martin Bischoff <tinu44_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 20 Apr 2015 11:51:18 +0200

I noticed two small problems in the dialog "The target already
exists", which is shown when moving/replacing files using the SVN-move
context menu entry.

Steps to reproduce:

- inside my working copy, I have two folders A and B which contain the
same files (or files with the same name, to be correct)
- files in folder A were modified and committed and should now be
copied to folder B
- select the files in folder A and right-drag them to folder B
- select "SVN Copy versioned item(s) here"
- The dialog "The target already exists" is shown for the first file,
with the options "Overwrite" or "Cancel"

Problem 1:

- after a very short time, the copy-progress dialog (with title
"Copying...") is shown in front of the "target exists" dialog

Problem 2 (bug):

- check the checkbox "Do this for all existing items" and then click "Overwrite"
--> the first file is copied, then the dialog is shown again for each
remaining file
- uncheck the checkbox "Do this for all existing items" and click "Overwrite"
--> all remaining files are copied/overwritten

-> the behavior and the caption of the checkbox do not match, they are switched.

System information

The problems were found with:
- TortoiseSVN 1.8.11
- Windows 8.1 64bit

I wasn't able to find a nightly build (1.9.x) to test with.

Best regards


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