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[TSVN] remotely added files not showed by Check for Updates dialog (last one today, I swear :P)

From: Roel Harbers <roel_at_roelharbers.nl>
Date: 2004-09-22 13:40:58 CEST

(Now, I have probably just done something stupid, or missed some
setting, because I can't believe no-one else noticed this before)

When I have added a file (or directory) in the repo (with the repo
browser or with a commit from another wc), the new file does NOT show up
in the Check of updates dialog, but it DOES show up with "svn st -u". Is
this by design?

D:\svn>svn st -u test1
Status against revision: 179

D:\svn>svn st -u test2
Status against revision: 179

D:\svn>cd test1

D:\svn\test1>copy con newfile.txt
         1 file(s) copied.

D:\svn\test1>svn add newfile.txt
A newfile.txt

D:\svn\test1>svn ci -m"added file"
Adding newfile.txt
Transmitting file data .
Committed revision 180.


D:\svn>svn st -u test1
Status against revision: 180

D:\svn>svn st -u test2
        * test2\newfile.txt
Status against revision: 180

If I choose "Check for updates..." on the test2 folder with tsvn now,
the dialog remains empty (does not show added file.)

Doing an update (either through tsvn or the cli) works as expected.

I've got a distinct feeling I'm being incredibly dense here, but I
really think the added file should show up in the dialog.

I have tried it with both a local repo and using svnserve (v1.0.5)

TortoiseSVN v1.1.0.1694 RC2
Subversion v1.1.0 RC3


Roel Harbers

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