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Re: editing in repo browser file lost

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 05 May 2015 20:17:35 +0200

On 05.05.2015 09:54, Haron Zatari wrote:
> The SVN Repo-browser can be used to edit single files directly on the
> repository, that means without performing a checkout. After clicking
> EDIT on the file in the repo browser, this file is checkout temporary
> under C:\Users\#username#\AppData\Local\Temp\#Reponame#.svn001.tmp
> After the changes are saved and the file is closed, the commit window
> appears.
> If I close the commit window, without committing the changes the
> temporary check out file is still in the temp folder. But if I close
> the repo browser this file is deleted immediately.

Yes, of course. If you cancel the commit dialog, then you obviously
don't want to commit your changes.
And the temp file is removed because there's no reason to keep a
temporary file that has no use anymore.

> How can this temporary option can be changed that temporary check out
> files are not deleted?

And what would you want to do with that file?
If you only want to edit the file without committing it, use the "open"
or "open with" menu commands to open the file in your editor, then you
can save the changes right from there.


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