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Re: Updating after an uncommitted move

From: Kevin Slater <kevin.slater_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-09-22 03:24:33 CEST

I think it depends on how the Subclipse guys handled it. If they were
attempting to implement an "snv mv" under the covers, then I think it's a
bug . (What version are you using by the way?)


On 9/21/05, Mark Phippard <MarkP@softlanding.com> wrote:
> > If I move a class to a new folder but don't commit it and then do an
> update that includes
> > modifications to the file I've moved, the update recreates the file in
> its original spot but also
> > leaves the one I've moved in it's new place.
> >
> > Is this expected behaviour I'm supposed to manually handle or should the
> updates be merged
> > into the file at its new location?
> As I understand things, that is the expected behavior. There is similar
> behavior if you had local updates to a file and you did an update where
> someone else had moved the file. In that case, the local file become
> unversioned so your changes are not lost.
> Mark
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