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Re: [TSVN] Re: Context menu (almost) empty

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-09-24 16:08:12 CEST

Simon Gamble wrote:

> Yes. To get 1.2.2 back I restored the app directory from a backup (so that only
> the app files are changed, no registry or system changes), and that works fine.

No, that can't work fine.
Please, please! If you upgrade, use the installer, then reboot.
If you downgrade, first deinstall the current version, install the older
version, then reboot.

Only the installers can set/remove the correct registry keys. If you
don't use the installers, you mess up the whole installation!

I'm wondering: how many times a year do you have to format your
harddrive and reinstall windows from scratch?

> Another thing I noticed is that there were no icons in the context menu for the
> TSVN items that showed up. I'll try re-installing (1.2.4) but in case that's the
> same, is there some specific thing I could do to zero in on this?

As I said: if you use the installer and reboot after the installation as
requested, then everything will be fine.

>>Also make sure you're using the same package as before (original or
>>VS.NET package).
>
> Ummm... this would apply if I were building from sources? I ran the
> not-a-coding-type installer from the website download, sorry :)

No. We have two packages for every release. One is the official version,
which uses '.svn' folders inside the working copies (as any other
Subversion client does too), and one is a patched version which uses
'_svn' folders to work around a VS.NET bug with web projects.

Stefan

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