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RES: [TSVN] Missing Icon Overlay

From: Anderson Carli <anderson_at_vidrolar.com>
Date: 2005-09-13 00:14:40 CEST

Stefan wrote:
> http://tortoisesvn.berlios.de/?q=node/3

Thanks for that link, I've missed when searching the FAQ.

Rainer wrote:
> Can't happen with TSVN. It shows all new files in the commit dialog as
non-versioned and you can just check them if you want to add it.

OK, you're right (I've missed the "Show unversioned files" in Commit
dialog). But this option is unchecked by default.

Steven wrote:
> How does TCVS decide that a non versioned file should be ?

This has a simple answer: "Any file not in ignore list should be committed"
and ignored files should not have any icon.

A final reason:
This icon produces nice collateral effect: if you have anything not
belonging to project, the folder will not show the nice and good green icon.

It's a good practice to have a clean working folder. I've a discussion with
a worker fellow, that insists in put lot of trash in his working folder
(database files, html and so on) I often say: your working may be promptly
deleted since all work is in repository.

Just my two cents.

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