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Re: TortoiseSVN 0.21 released

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2003-10-27 19:53:01 CET

----- Original Message -----
From: "Hotrodfan" <drink.drive@gmx.net>
To: "SteveKing" <announce@tortoisesvn.tigris.org>

Did you notice? You sent the mail to

No mails but mine (announcing new versions) will
ever get there....

> here is a much better version of the translation. besides, 2 bugs

I'll update the dictionary in our sourcetree.
But please don't be upset if I don't upload
the dll - it seems to me that you're still improving
the translation and I don't want to update
the dll every two or three days. Besides: the users
of TSVN don't update that often anyway.

> I tried to "blame" file , and it always told me "cannot start diff
> viewer" whatever i choosed for diff viewer.

Seems the error message is misleading. It can't find your text
editor and not your diff viewer.
Stefan Fuhrmann already pointed that bug - I fixed it about
half an hour ago. See his post about a workaround.

> it seems that "resolve" conflict doesn't do anything. at least on our
> PC.

"Resolved" should only delete the files with *.rXXX extensions.
If it doesn't do that - can you tell me the name of the conflicted
file and the other files Subversion created on the conflict?

> It might be a good idea to have "svnadmin recovery" in tortoisesvn, as
> for no apparent reason, I had to use that function today... i wonder
> what happened to the DB.

I'll have a look at the function. I'm not sure yet if I'm going to include
this in TSVN - but we'll see.


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