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Re: Commits of Modified files seens as Deletes by Subversion

From: Ben Huchison <benh_at_ibsglobalweb.com>
Date: 2006-05-02 04:21:53 CEST

I think with further testing I may have answered my own question. It
seems to be a Subclipse issue. When you delete a working copy in
Eclipse/Subsclipse, it seems to trigger a SVN Delete automatically.

It seems to me local vs repository delete are not really the same thing
and should not be automatically linked - agree?


Ben Huchison wrote:

> Hi all,
> I am seeing a case where Subversion thinks a modified file has been
> deleted, and wants to do a Delete on commit, rather than Modify. The
> problem is visible in both Tortoise SVN and Eclipse+Subclipse.
> It appears to happen to binary JAR files that are stored in the
> repository and get modified by our build scripts. Subversion seems to
> spuriously believe that a Delete has been done to the working copy.
> Because the modification is regenerable, a workaround is to Revert the
> file, then rebuild the file, which then shows as a Modify.
> Is this a known issue?
> Regards
> Ben

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