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[TSVN] Re: New status cache

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_blazepoint.co.uk>
Date: 2005-01-31 18:18:00 CET

SteveKing wrote:
> Will's new status cache is now implemented in the nightly builds. So
> please download it and give it a test.

I look forward to it :-)

> - If recursive overlays are turned on, then _every_
> folder above a modified file get's the modified overlay, even if the
> parent folders are unversioned! That means that even the drive icon
> get's a modified overlay. Now I don't know if that was Will's
> intention, and it might be even something users want - but I really
> got confused when I saw those overlays on folder's which I _know_
> aren't under version control!
> (I hear the word "option" ringing in my ears ;)
>
> So what do you guys think?

Definitely not, not even as an option. TSVN is for version control
only and anything else is not ours to touch. What happens to Windows'
own overlays, like shortcut? I think that's a sure way to get ourselves
thrown out from a lot of installations.

Of course that's just my opinion ;-)

Simon

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