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[TSVN] Changed binary not shown up as changed

From: Sebastian Armbrust <flizebogen_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2005-04-01 19:09:21 CEST

Today my collegue had to change one of my scripts stored in the
subversion repository. (v.1.1.3 Subersion and TortoiseSVN)
but afterwards it didn't worked anymore. I figured out that a change to
a binary file wasn't checked in to the repository. So i changed the
file again but tortoisesvn didn't noticed it as a change.

So my question is: How does Tortoise checks for changes in binary files
(we are talking about a 6 KB .exe file) or is there a possibility to
force tortoise to change the file in the repository? One single changed
character in a text based file was instantly marked as changed.

The file we are speaking of is a dialog from the nsis distro which i
edited with the resource hacker. So ca. 20-50 were changed.



Received on Fri Apr 1 19:19:18 2005

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