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Re: [TSVN] Tortoise through ftp?

From: Mariusz Nowak <tortoisesvn_at_medikoo.com>
Date: 2005-09-03 18:57:00 CEST

Simon Large wrote:

> If you can view the remote folder using Windows Explorer then you
> should be able to use TSVN. In settings dialog, on the Icon Overlays
> page, you need to check 'Network drives' in the Drive Types group box.
> Network access tends to be slower, so it is not enabled for those by
> default.

Thank you! I've checked Network drives and all other drives as well. I
thought that this would solve the issue but it didn't. I can easily see
TSVN overlays in Total Commander when browsing local drives.. however
when surfing Network or FTP drives they're not there.
In case of FTP I think it's because Total Commander treats such paths
differently - it doesn't show explorer shell extensions over
folders/files placed there.. therefore there's no TSVN menu.
but in case of Network drives which is just alias of Network in Windows
Explorer.. problem lies in that explorer by default doesn't show hidden
files there (there's no option change it!!).. so it's impossible to see
subversion (.svn) folder (unless it's not hidden).. therefore TSVN
doesn't show anything either. (I've tried that using Internet Explorer

Mariusz Nowak

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