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Re: Issue with 1.4.0

From: Thomas Hruska <thruska_at_cubiclesoft.com>
Date: 2006-10-03 03:41:30 CEST

Simon Large wrote:
> Thomas Hruska wrote:
>> Ken Denault wrote:
>> I'm seeing this mostly with directories and I've been able to repeat
>> the bug by having a modified file in a subdirectory and then adding a
>> new file in the main directory to SVN. When I do that, every icon
>> changes to a green checkmark...including the '.svn' subdirectory in
>> the main directory. Attached is a screenshot of what I mean. (I
>> blacked out critical segments and drew on the image to indicate what
>> the problems are).
> That just jogged my memory. I upgraded from 1.3.5 to 1.4.0 and ran a
> cleanup on all my WCs. All ok for a while, then I followed the sequence
> you describe. Modified a file (more than 1? can't remember) and added a
> file (more than 1? ...) At that point everything went green. Killing
> TSVNCache fixed it, nothing else would.
> It was not the same day that I upgraded, but I may well have left my PC
> on, so TSVNCache would have been running on a 1.3.5 WC and not restarted
> after the cleanup. Maybe that is how it got confused? I have not seen
> the problem since.
>> This bug seems to show up more often on removable media (e.g. USB
>> thumbdrives) and it fixed itself one time on my main hard drive but
>> only after I checked in my changes and it took about 2 minutes to get
>> around to fixing itself. I haven't checked in the changes shown in
>> the attached image since I upgraded to 1.4.0, but I have rebooted a
>> couple times (due to Windows updates). So, this means the working
>> copy is using the old 1.3.x format. It may correct itself when I
>> check in my work, but that's a week away.
> In my case it was on the hard drive. Try doing a WC cleanup, reboot and
> see if it ever happens again.
> Simon

Killing TSVNCache and then doing a SVN cleanup did the trick. Seems to
be working fine now.

Thomas Hruska
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