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RE: Does "Repair move" work in TSVN 1.9.2?

From: Gavin Lambert <colnet_at_mirality.co.nz>
Date: Tue, 6 Oct 2015 18:49:43 -0700 (PDT)

On 7/10/2015 00:44, Kurt Pruenner wrote:
> Upgrading packages using the nuget package manager in Visual Studio leaves me with missing folders for removed old versions of packages and unversioned folders for the upgraded versions; I then always used the "Check for modifications" dialog to select the corresponding missing old and unversioned new folder and do a "Repair move" on them so unchanged files are just copied from the earlier revision.

I add "packages" to the ignore list, so they're not in SVN at all. They're mostly binaries, after all, so they don't really belong in source control. (Your packages.config file does need to be in SVN though.)

For defence against the online repository removing older versions (or otherwise inaccessible when I want to restore packages), I have a backup copy of the nupkg files stored elsewhere (also not in SVN). I have this path set as a preferred alternate repository, so NuGet looks here first when it wants a package.

Since VS/NuGet automatically restore missing packages when the solution is built, this just magically works even with a clean WC.


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