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Re: [TSVN] ''Force shell refresh' doesn't work on directories

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_slarge.plus.com>
Date: 2005-04-15 10:22:51 CEST

Robin Pellatt wrote:
> The 'Force shell icon refresh' is a good idea, but doesn't seem to
> work if you do a commit by selecting a directory. This is a bit of a
> shame because it's how I do most of my commits, i.e..
> 1. Go to root directory of my project
> 2. Right click on the directory icon
> 3. Select 'SVN Commit...'
> 4. Make entries as necessary, then click OK.
> 5. After the commit is finished, the icon still shows the red
> 'modified' overlay.
> 6. Pressing F5 changes it to the green 'OK' overlay.
> If I do the 'SVN Commit...' by directly selecting one or more files,
> then the refresh is done properly by TSVN.

TSVN 1.2 (due for release in late May) no longer has that option because
a) it doesn't work well and b) it can result in a huge slow-down.
However, file & folder status is fetched from a new cache in 1.2 which
is much faster and much better at keeping the overlays in sync. Watch
this space ...


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