Thomas Hruska wrote:
> Peter McNab wrote:
>> Stefan Küng wrote:
>>> Peter McNab wrote:
>>>> Hi Stefan1
>>>> Is there something you don't like about Win2k?
>>> Dinosaurs are extinct for a reason. So is Win2k.
>>> (You asked, I had to answer)
>>>> There are no green ticks visible for the unmodified files or
>>>> folders any more.
>>>> The last nightly I have kept that works is 11684.
>>>> Since then TSVN doesn't provide green ticks for the unmodified status.
>>> Just installed the current nightly build on a win2k virtual machine.
>>> Overlays are working properly as expected.
>>> First uninstall TSVN completely.
>>> Then open the registry editor, go to
>>> If there are any entries there named after TSVN, remove them manually.
>>> Then install TSVN again.
>> Thanks Stefan
>> Doesn't work if TortoiseCVS is also installed, even though they
>> co-existed happily before.
>> So does this mean we can only have one or the other but not both now?
> Patience. The new icon overlay interface is, well, new. No one but
> the TSVN team has had time to implement it in their tools yet. Give
> it a couple weeks and even then it'll still require using nightly
> builds until there are official releases with it included (probably a
> couple months out).
> Once everyone is using the new icon overlay interface, TortoiseSVN and
> TortoiseCVS and all the other Tortoise's will play nice together and,
> hopefully, the icon overlay issues will basically disappear.
Understood. I guess it just means the nightlies won't be getting a
workout until further notice by those requiring both tools.
Hopefully someone on the list will let us know as the other tools join
Does this affect XP as well?
Peter, with patience.
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Received on 2008-01-06 07:25:15 CET