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Problems with revision graph, more problems with nightly

From: Lübbe Onken | RA Consulting <l.onken_at_rac.de>
Date: 2007-12-03 10:21:00 CET

Hi Folks,

Using the revision graph I tried to find the revision range during which a development branch existed in our repository. I did this with an older nightly of TortoiseSVN (Build 11370).

Now I've encountered the following problems.
1) Even though the branch existed in the past 4 weeks I can't get it displayed in the revision graph. An older development branch is shown with added and deleted nodes, but the new one isn't.

2) Revisions which are (roughly) older than six months have an empty log messsage in the hint and a date of 1.1.1970

3) I thought the cache might be wrong and cleared it. After re-displaying the revision graph a) the branch is still not visible and b) all revisions have an empty log message and 1.1.1970

4) I installed the current nightly (11507) rebooted and there's absolutely no functionality behind the context menu, no log, no about, nothing. The cache is running and displays cached directories and watched paths. Rebooted again, and again no fun. How can I recover from this situation?

- Lübbe

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