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Re: 1.6.1: wrong context menu on unversioned files on network drive

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 14 Apr 2009 18:11:59 +0200

Alexander Dahl wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I assume, I discovered a bug in the recent versions of TortoiseSVN. I
> had this with 1.6.0 and still with 1.6.1 on german 32-bit WinXP SP3.
>
> Here's what I did long before upgrading to 1.6.x
>
> * activated icon overlay for network drives
> * checked out a wc on network drive N:\ which is automatically mounted
> by the scripts in the Windows Domain environment at work
> * worked as usual with update, commit, branch, add, ...
>
> Now I upgraded to 1.6.x. When right clicking on an unversioned file in
> this working copy on the network drive I get the same context menu for
> versioned _and_ unversioned files. This makes it impossible to add an
> unversioned file with TortoiseSVN (I do this with the command line
> version of subversion now). Of course the shown menu points don't make
> sense on unversioned files and fail with different error messages.
>
> This does not occur on a local hard drive!
>
> The subversion server has version 1.4.x, access is via https and
> htaccess secured.
>
> I hope you can find the reason for this behaviour and fix it in the next
> version.

Do you have the registry key HKCU\Software\\TortoiseSVN\\SimpleContext
set to somethine other than 0?
In that case, TSVN won't fetch the status of items...

Stefan

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