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Re: directory changes

From: Steve Hoelzer <shoelzer_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-12-28 18:46:39 CET

On 12/28/05, Peter McNab <mcnab_p@melbpc.org.au> wrote:
> M Preddy wrote:
>
> > Sorry if this has been asked, but is there a way to mark a directory
> > as changed if a subdirectory under it contains changed files? I've
> > missed a couple check-ins because the parent directory icon is not
> > marked as changed (green check) while there are changed files in
> > subdirectories (red check). As I've discovered with most issues on
> > this list, it's probably something to do with svn. That is a
> > testament to just how good tortoise really is!
> >
> > Thanks!
> > Mark
> >
> There have been significant improvements in the TSVNCache code in the
> last month so it might be advisable to update to a current nightly
> revision or wait for and install the soon (hopefully) to be released
> 1.3 version.
> In the mean time to be absolutely sure, keep navigating into and back
> out of your folders regularly and remain aware of the changed status of
> important files. F5 is you friend.

A good way to find *all* changed files is to do a commit (or 'show
modifications') at the top level folder. This shows all changed files
regardless of the state of the icons. From the commit dialog, you can
commit all, one, or any combination of files. This works in all
versions of TSVN.

Steve

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