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Re: Bug report: Wrong modified icons in search result

From: Jan Normann Nielsen <lists_at_dubbekarl.dk>
Date: 2006-06-27 21:45:35 CEST

Stefan Küng skrev:
> 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.
> Stefan
When 1.4 is released, I'll check if I can reproduce the problem I
describe. At least it has only to do with the wrong icon, not the wrong

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