To add on what Stefan already mentioned. If you are like me who always wants
to see the difference between my local working directories and the
repository, you can change the settings so that "Check for Modifications"
always automatically check repository.
+ Choose Settings on the context menu
+ Choose either Dialogs or Dialogs 1 or 2 (depends on which version of TSVN
you are using)
+ Check the box "Contact repository on startup".
On 3/2/06, Stefan Küng <email@example.com> wrote:
> Uwe Creutzburg wrote:
> > I´m a user of subversion&tortoise and wonder about two/three things (I
> > didn´t find any comments on these in the "issue tracker"):
> > - How do I get aware that the files in my sandbox are not the latest
> > versions? "F5" doesn´t help (I´m using svnserve). So, I have to do an
> > update. This may eventually destroy my working sandbox. With other
> > CM-Systems (e.g. MKS si) I often used a feature that displayed a tree
> > of the server and the sandbox. I was able to see what version was on the
> > server and what is my sandbox using. It was even possible to see who has
> > locked a file.
> You won't find such things in the issue tracker, because they are
> mentioned in the docs.
> You will feel really embarrassed: have you seen the context menu entry
> "check for modifications"? Try it! You will get a nice dialog which will
> show you all modifications you made to your working copy. And it has a
> nice little button at the bottom which reads "check repository". Once
> you click on that, you will see which files have changed in the
> repository but not in your working copy.
> > - Generally, an "UNDO" and a "try out" would be a nice thing
> It's called "revert". You will also find that one in the context menu.
> I thought people working at a university should be trained in reading
> docs? At least I wouldn't have made it without it...
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Received on Thu Mar 2 18:02:40 2006