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Re: Bug report: Wrong modified icons in search result

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-27 19:36:44 CEST

Jan Normann Nielsen wrote:

> In TSVN 1.3.5, I notice the following behaviour. Start by searching
> (through Explorer -> F3) for files in some working copy and make sure
> there are some results. Open one of the files found in your favorite
> editor, change it, and save it. The Explorer window now updates the icon
> in the search result to show that the file is modified. But it uses the
> "conflicted" icon, not the "modified". In the standard (Windows XP
> style?) icon set, this is the one with the yellow exclamation point
> instead of the correct one, the one with the red exclamation mark.

I can't reproduce the wrong icon overlay with my latest build from trunk.
But here's what I found out:
* select the www folder in the TSVN working copy
* F3
* search for *.txt, you'll get 5 files, three from the www folder, two
inside .svn folders
* edit the file version.txt so it gets modified
* the shell actually doesn't ask for the overlay of that file but for
the overlay of the README.txt file inside the .svn folder! Bad thing is
that it not only asks for the wrong file, but it uses the returned
overlay for that wrong file for the real file (version.txt).

So this seems like a bug in the explorer search window. I can't explain
it otherwise, because I can clearly see that it asks for the overlay of
the wrong file.


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