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RE: Re: Re: Re: v1.7.6 (64 bit): Overlays beneath non-version folders don

From: Michael Porter <mlportersr_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 26 Apr 2012 06:55:41 -0700 (PDT)

Ok, the repository is on my D drive. I created the repository using TortoiseSVN. I am running Win7 64-bit. With the latest version on TortoiseSVN it initially worked and then one day when I started the computer all the icons were gone. I tried all the things mentioned online to fix the problem - none worked until I found one site where the author of a post mentioned the problem was with the new version of TortoiseSVN and discussed two potential workarounds: 1)Turn off default caching. This brings back the overlays but without the recursive operation they are essentially pointless. 2)Revert to the previous (1.6) release of TortoiseSVN - which I have now done and for the most part everything seems to be working as it should.

What other information do you need to start looking into this problem?

Mike...

> On 23 April 2012 16:13, Michael Porter <mlportersr at gmail dot com> wrote:
> > So now I am confused... Can a working copy be checked-out anywhere on my disk and have it work properly or does it have to be checked out at the root of a hard disk (i.e. c:\, d:\, etc).
>
> It should work anywhere. None of my working copies are at the drive root.
>
> > The problem I am seeing is that with Version 1.7 (64 bit) the icon overlays don't show up if default caching is enabled. The directory structure I have is d:\dev_directory\toolbox. The "toolbox" directory is the root for a working copy and it contains the hidden .SVN directory.
> >
> > Should this setup work? If so, is the problem being looked into?
>
> Yes it should and no it isn't because no-one has yet given enough
> information for the developers to be able to reproduce this.
>
> A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
> Q: Why is top-posting such a bad thing?
> A: Top-posting.
> Q: What is the most annoying thing on usenet and mailing lists?
>
> Simon
>
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