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RE: RE: Wrong status overlays

From: Carsten Johnsen <cjo_at_kirktelecom.com>
Date: 2006-06-29 09:08:32 CEST

Lübbe Onken wrote:
> Stefan Küng wrote:
> > Lübbe Onken wrote:
> >> Please define 'quite a while'. I worked with my PC in that
> state for
> >> about 2-3 hours before I finally decided to kill the cache. Isn't
> >> that a tad bit too long?
> >
> > Did you hit F5?
> Once or twice every hour...

Actually I've seen something similar. Unfortunately I can't reproduce since I've updated my computer.

In our setup I have a proces that calls svn.exe to make an update of my WC at various times.

At some point I had SVN 1.3.1 installed, and I updated TSVN to nightly 6735 (the first TSVN I installed with the new WC format).
Of course this caused svn.exe to fail the update, since TSVN had now updated my WC to the new 1.4.0 format.
However it caused the Exploerer to show the unmodified overlay for *ALL* unversioned files and folders in *ALL* my WCs.
Killing the cache and rebooting only took care of the problem for a short while.

Replacing svn.exe 1.3.1 with the svn.exe form the TSVN nightly build alone didn't seem to take care of the problem.

Last week I then updated TSVN to nightly r6884, and I haven't seen the problem since.

Unfortunately I will not be able to go back to my previous setup, so I know this won't be all that helpful.

The reason I didn't report this at the time, was that I thought this was caused by unmatching revisions of programs, and since the problem disappeared after updating both TSVN and SVN to nightly r6884 I stopped worrying about it.

Best regards / Venlig hilsen,

Carsten Johnsen
Test Engineer

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