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

From: <Pasi.Havia_at_nokia.com>
Date: 2005-01-20 11:44:23 CET

OK it has been quite a while I started using TSVN but I'll make my best to remember my procedures.

> > In my X: drive I have a directory called S60 (points to C:\S60\S60).
> > This S60 directory contains a lot of other directories (our
> projects)
> > and they contain directories and so on.
>
> OK so far. But it is confusing having 2 S60 directories - which one do
> you mean?

X: drive points to C:\S60. So the S60 directory in X: drive points to C:\S60\S60.
The S60 directory I'm referring here is X:\S60 (which points to C:\S60\S60).

 
> > Now when I started to using (piloting) subversion here I
> put only the
> > S60 directory under source control. I mean that S60 directory is
> > pointing to the trunk's root in repository. After knowing what
> > projects my work involves I imported those project directories to
> > source control. Then deleted the whole directory. Created an empty
> > directory (under S60) with the same name and checked out the stuff
> > from source control to there.
>
> Now I'm lost. Can you describe what you did in TSVN. For example
> Create repository in C:\SVNrepos
> Create trunk in repository
> Import from X:\S60 into trunk
> ...

I'll try my best here to recall what I did few months ago...
1) Installed SVN to one dedicated server machine on the company network
2) Created branches, tags and trunk to repository
3) Checked out trunk to X:\S60
4) Copied bunch of projects to X:\S60 dir
5) Imported a project xxx from X:\S60\xxx to repository under trunk\xxx
6) Deleted xxx directory from X:\S60
7) Created an empty directory xxx under X:\S60
8) Checked out content from trunk\xxx to X:\S60\xxx
9) Started using TSVN normally and did steps 5-8 to several other projects

Are you still with me?

 
> > Now when I deleted all those directories (from S60 which were under
> > source control) and run 'Update' to the S60 directory everything
> > works fine.
>
> So what was the condition when it was _not_ working?

Like described earlier. Sometimes TSVN icon appeared to the directory and sometimes not.
TSVN 1.1.3 beta also didn't show all of its options when right-clicking this kind of directory. I had to press F5 to refresh and then it showed all the options. If I then right-clicked again not all options were shown again (just checkout and stuff like that). I had to refresh again.
 

> > My collague didn't have the S60 directory under source control but
> > has checked out only the project directories so that's the
> reason why
> > it worked for him.
>
> If he didn't have the S60 dir under source control, where did he check
> out from?

He checked out the projects straight from trunk. F.ex. project xxx straight from trunk\xxx to his SUBST'ed drive.

BR, Pasi

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