Robert Roessler wrote:
> Jeff Goodenough wrote:
>> Simon Large wrote:
>>> On 22/09/2007, Jeff Goodenough <email@example.com> wrote:
>>>> If this message is anything to go by:
>>>> the problem with Export when running Vista was fixed way back in
>>>> December 2006. Is there any chance it will make it into the release
>>>> time soon?
>>>> I have used Export a lot while running XP - now I have Vista and it's
>>>> still broken!
>>> Sorry, you'll either have to wait for 1.5.0 release (probably
>>> November/December) or use a nightly build.
>> I installed the nightly build as suggested (126.96.36.19984), but it
>> didn't integrate with Windows Explorer - I had to go back to the
>> release 188.8.131.5225.
>> Any ideas?
> "... didn't integrate"? It is not clear what is meant here, but could
> this just be the fact that good ol' Windows Explorer is keeping the
> previous TSVN DLL loaded, and you need to either kill ALL explorer.exe
> instances or reboot (sometimes easier) to allow the installation and
> registration of the new TSVN DLL?
> In any case, this sort of thing is what I would check on XP. ;)
I mean it didn't appear on the right-click menu, nor did I get the
Tortoise SVN icons on my SVN folders. One has to reboot anyway after an
installation so that is not the problem. The whole reason for trying the
nightly build is that I don't have XP any more. However I cannot use
Tortoise SVN at all with the nightly build I tried. Re-installing the
release fixed that, but of course I am still left with the Export
problem. Perhaps the install left some files behind - I will try
completely removing Tortoise first to see if that fixes it.
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Received on Sun Sep 23 16:06:59 2007
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