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Re: Auto-rename/one file unversioned

Author steveking
Full name Stefan Küng
Date 2006-07-11 09:47:42 PDT
Message Fernando P. Nájera Cano wrote:

> I've been playing with "TortoiseSVN 1.4.0, Build 6963 - 32 Bit -dev"
> and I've discovered a new (great!) feature. If there are several
> similar files when I try to rename one of them, TSVN will warn me and
> prompts me about auto-rename all of them.
>
> If all of those files are under SVN control, everything is right (and
> cool!). But if one of them is not, an error appears (about TSVN
> Renaming a file not under SVN control).
>
> I suggest TSVN should check each suggested file to see if it is under
> SVN, and if it is not, it should do a simple OS rename.

Done in revision 7005.

Stefan

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Auto-rename/one file unversioned

Author "=?iso-8859-15?Q?Fernando_P dot _N=E1jera_Cano?=" <tortoisesvn at fernandonajera dot com>
Full name "=?iso-8859-15?Q?Fernando_P dot _N=E1jera_Cano?=" <tortoisesvn at fernandonajera dot com>
Date 2006-07-10 12:39:59 PDT
Message Hi Stefan,

I'm glad to see you around here again! I hope you'll get better soon.

I've been playing with "TortoiseSVN 1.4.0, Build 6963 - 32 Bit -dev"
and I've discovered a new (great!) feature. If there are several
similar files when I try to rename one of them, TSVN will warn me and
prompts me about auto-rename all of them.

If all of those files are under SVN control, everything is right (and
cool!). But if one of them is not, an error appears (about TSVN
Renaming a file not under SVN control).

I suggest TSVN should check each suggested file to see if it is under
SVN, and if it is not, it should do a simple OS rename.

Best regards,

Fernando Nájera
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