Created attachment 666898 [details]
Patch resolving the issue for me
Description of problem:
When selecting a tree of music files and selecting "Copy to Collection" - "Local Collection" from the context menu, and choosing copying tracks without overwriting already existing files, the transfer job will end prematurely if some tracks already exist at destination.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Import a directory
2. Remove several files that has just been imported from the local collection
3. Try importing the same directory again
Some of the deleted files will still be missing in the local collection.
Local collection should contain all tracks present in the original directory.
See the attached patch and analysis in KDE bugzilla.
is this critical for you or ok for us to wait until amarok-2.7 lands?
I have build my local RPM so not critical unless you are planning on updating amarok package with other critical fixes.
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