Missing folders do not show up in list
So I have a complex Magento installation. I updated an extension and this removed a bunch of directories from my project. In SmartSVN 8.5, all of the removed files appear in the Files list, and it let me select everything and hit commit. However I get a warning that certain files or directories that could be committed are not. I checked, and it keeps telling me this for each directory that is missing in my local copy because it was deleted by the extension update procedure. So the question is, how do I select all the folders that are now missing, so I can add them to the commit and "remove" them? I do not see any list in SmartSVN that shows me a list of all the removed directories. Obviously I could go one-by-one through the hierarchical folder display, and select each one, and then hit "remove"... but there are hundreds of folders like this nested throughout the installation which have been removed. How can I select all of them? I don't understand. I can right-click on the root directory of the project and commit from there, and it finds all the directories that way. But I'd like to see a list that has all pending changes (missing directories, missing files, modified directories, modified files, added directories, added files) and I don't see where such a list might be in this program. Please advise, thanks. -=DG=-
Hi, You can use the file filters next to the search bar at the top to do that. Having just the first one selected (show files from subdirectories) but not the other four to the right will show any files that have been changed (including the missing ones) along with whether they've been modified or removed. You can then arrange the results by the local state column, highlight all the ones that show as being missing or removed, and right click to remove them all from subversion in one shot :) You might also want to select the unversioned files (third icon along) - probably as a separate search to the previous one - and that'll show if any have been added by the update. You can then add those to svn en masse so subversion knows to include them in your next commit. Hope that does what you need?
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