On 09.09.2016 14:53, 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.
Tried this with the latest version from trunk: worked fine.
But we haven't made any changes that I'm aware of in that part of the code.
In the commit dialog, does the folder show up as 'deleted' and is it
(and all its children) checked for commit?
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Received on 2016-09-09 19:45:54 CEST