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Copying 'added' files to url

From: S.Ramaswamy <ramaswamy_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-02-28 05:19:38 CET

If a file or directory that is scheduled for addition, is copied from
the working copy to the repository directory from which the file's
parent directory was checked out, then the next update or commit results
in an error, since the file already exists. For instance, in a wc
checked out from trunk, if a file test.txt that is scheduled for
addition is copied to the respository trunk, the subsequent update or
commit gets aborted.

Is this an edge condition, that is up to the user to handle, or would it
be a good idea to put in a check to prevent files scheduled for
addition, from being copied to the parent directories url ?


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