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RE: Unversion and add to ignore list for folder not working

From: David Balažic <david.balazic_at_comtrade.com>
Date: Fri, 9 Sep 2016 15:16:56 +0200

David Balažic wrote:
> I use v1.9.4 64 bit on Win7.
> I just used "Unversion and add to ignore list" on a file (fileA), commited and it
> worked fine.
> Then I did the same for another file (fileB) and a folder (all 3 in the same parent
> folder).
> In the commit dialog everything looked OK:
> - the files names were added to the ignore list properties
> - the files (the folder and its contents, except the unversioned ones) were
> present and checked
> But on the actual commit, only the properties and the deletion of fileB was
> commited.
> I can select "Unversion and add to ignore list" on the folder again and commit it
> again, but in the commit progress dialog again, the deletions are not executed.
> Checking in the Log messages dialog confirms:
> - in the first commit, the changes were: fileA deleted, "fileA" added to
> svn:ignore on the parent folder
> - in the second commit: : fileB deleted, "fileB" and "folder" added to svn:ignore
> on the parent folder
> Is there something I'm missing?
> Note: the folder I'm trying to unversion contains some versioned files and some
> unversioned files.

Additional information:
 - running clean up does not help (committing it afterwards still does not commit the deletion of the folder)
 - this might be related: before committing I got a "must update first" warning. So I updated (from that dialog) and then tried the commit. The update was just an update of the rev number, no actual changes in the folder.



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