Yes, you should run the upgrade on each of your working copies... or perform a clean checkout for each one. The documentation seems clear to me however.
From: Hugues Dorchy [mailto:hugues.dorchy_at_eidcompany.be]
Sent: Monday, January 16, 2012 5:47 AM
Subject: RE: No more SVN after upgrade to last 1.7 version (from 1.6;xx)
Thanks Felix for your answer. However I don't understand a thing in the installation of this 1.7 version to have it working and functional.
If I get you right, should I right click on each directory and select "Upgrade working copy" ?
The documentation to install this new release is not clear at all for "normal" users which are not geek developers.
De : Hugues Dorchy
Envoyé : lundi 16 janvier 2012 11:08
À : 'users_at_tortoisesvn.tigris.org'
Objet : No more SVN after upgrade to last 1.7 version (from 1.6;xx)
I just upgraded to the last 1.7 version (from 1.6) and installe dit twice as suggested (reapir the second time).
After this upgrade , I lost all the SVN functions on the concerned directories (a right click on the directory items does not show me anymore SVN update, SVN commit, etc). I see only a menu that says "SVN upgrade copy" -> this then tells me that if I continue I shall not be compatible with older clients. I Understand I shall not be anymore able to use SVN with my colleagues using an older version ?
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