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[TSVN] RE: Re: Refresh bug in 1.1.3 beta?

From: <Pasi.Havia_at_nokia.com>
Date: 2005-01-20 08:46:41 CET

OK, now I am getting really confused about this. I installed latest nightly build to my collague's computer and it works fine. I also installed the same package on my machine so I'm now running TSVN 1.1.2, Build 2493, UNICODE but I still have the bug.
I have also multiple network drives mapped. Connecting to these drives is very time consuming could this slow down TSVN for updating it's icons etc?

> > I'm running 1.1.3 beta release and having problems with it. I have a
> > directory having quite many subdirectories in it. Only some of them
> > are unnder version control. First of all some of the
> directories that
> > I control with tortoise have the tortoise's tick in the icon, some
> > don't. I thought that 1.1.3 beta according to the changelog would
> - are you in detailed view in the explorer?

Yes, detailed view.

> - if so, what's the sort order? filename? date? something else?

Sort order is name.

> > improve this but it didn't. Some directories are still missing the
> > icon. Now when I do right-click with mouse on these directories
> > tortoise doesn't show all of its options. Like it would be a normal
> > directory not under version control. This didn't happen with
> > that I used earlier. If I press F5 to refresh explorer I
> > get all the options. After that if I try right-clicking on the
> > directory it is again missing most of tortoise's options. So I have
> > to refresh the explorer by pressing F5 each time I want to do
> > something to it with Tortoise. The directories are displayed on the
> > left side of the explorer, in the 'Folders' view.
> Is your drive SUBST'ed from a folder? Is it on a network
> drive? What's
> the path to your working copy?

The drive I'm accessing is SUBST'ed from a folder. It is _not_ a network drive.
The folder I've SUBST'ed is located in C:\S60 and this I have as a X: drive.
BUT I have also network drives mapped as my E:, H:, I: and O: drives.

And yes I have rebooted after every TSVN install.

BR, Pasi

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