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Re: TSVNCache misbehaviour

From: john <jsparrow_at_ecclescollege.ac.uk>
Date: 2006-09-17 19:51:02 CEST

Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn <at> gmail.com> writes:

> > Today when I booted up my PC
> > and went to my WC folder, half of them were missing, and none of them showed
> > overlay icons. TSVNCache was still running. (and no, I hadn't
> > Also, weirdly, clicking into a visible WC did not show the '.svn' folder
> > (even
> > though explorer is set to show hidden files, and these are normally visible.
> Ok, now that's definitely not TSVN's fault. If it would be possible for
> a normal program to hide files or folders even though the settings in
> the explorer tell otherwise, imagine how easily spyware or viruses could
> hide themselves much better than they do now?

Hmmm ok, it was certainly weird..

Right clicking on a WC (without overlays showing) brought up the TSVN menu as if
it wasn't a WC, with checkout, import etc. In fact the behaviour was consistent
with the '.svn' folders not being there - except they were from a cmd prompt!

I'll run a AV and anti-spyware scan to make sure..

> Changed the text in revision 7521.



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