On 04.11.2011 16:59, Joanne Thomas wrote:
> I have projects in Eclipse under version control. I recently relocated
> the repository.
> When I next opened Windows Explorer and browsed to the project folders,
> they were no longer marked with the Tortoise icons. When I right-click
> on these folders I get the Tortoise context menu but it only has 5
> options on it: Repo-browser; Properties; Settings; Help; About. It is
> as if it doesn't recognise that the folders are under version control,
> even though they still have ".svn" sub-folders inside them. However, if
> I take the "Repo-browser" option then a "URL" dialog shows the correct
> (new) repository address, and if I click OK then the Repo-browser opens
> to show the correct repository. So it seems that TSVN is aware of the
> repository link.
> I uninstalled TSVN, rebooted and re-installed
> (TortoiseSVN-220.127.116.1161-x64-svn-1.7.1.msi) and rebooted, and also tried
> a Repair and reboot. None of these made any difference.
> How can I get my version control context menus back?
First, this is not a question about the development of TSVN and
therefore belongs on the users list.
Second: After updating to TSVN 1.7 you have to upgrade the working
copies to the new format. If that doesn't work properly, do a fresh
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Received on 2011-11-04 21:25:56 CET