Peter McNab wrote:
> I'm unsure of the correct terminology so please bear with me on this.
> I have a nightly build with Will Dean's recursion for folder status
> active, rev .2760 on a w2k box.
> For the most part it works really well and is a tremendous advance.
> The remote server runs SVN 1.1.3 with Apache 2.0.52 on NT4
> If I back out of AddBP7 to view the Branches folder the AddBP7's icon
> shows an unmodified green circle with the white tick.
> No matter how long I wait or press F5 there is no change reflected back
> from GUI's status to AddBP7.
> If I right click and SVN Update the icon changes to show the red.
> Thats good.
> However when I again select AddPB7, and viewed it's contents than backed
> out to Branches, I got the unmodified status against AddBP7 again.
> I needed to click SVN Update to get the modified status icon to
> re-appear for the AddBP7 folder.
> I repeated the exercise step-in, back-out process and the unmodified
> status re-appeared for the AddBP7 folder.
Thanks for the report. This looks like a lot of work investigating why
the hell this happens.
/me seing myself spending many, many hours on this this weekend...
> Seemed repeatable, and definitely not what I expected so wrote this
> lengthy description .
> Now one last check for good measure before launching the email and blow
> me down it's started working properly again.
> However, for a while it wasn't so does this constitute something to
> An uninitialized variable or something?
Not sure. But I'll have a look.
Hmm - maybe it has something to do with issue #1? Even though your
description is a little different than the one in the issue, I think it
could be that with the fix of issue #1 we got rid of this bug too...
(issue #1 : http://tortoisesvn.berlios.de/issues/?do=details&id=1)
Anyway, I'll have a look a this.
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Received on Sat Mar 5 17:43:31 2005