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Re: tortoise says it's current version but gets only older files??

From: Jean-Marc van Leerdam <j.m.van.leerdam_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 19 Sep 2008 07:16:40 +0200


On 19/09/2008, chriscurra <chris_at_perpetualfxcreative.net> wrote:
> Hello,
> I am developing software with tortoise svn and everything was working fine
> until last night when some things went very bad. I have windows vista home
> and for some reason tortoise was giving me a lot of errors. I deleted my
> tree and re updated. Now it seemed I was getting older versions of files
> yet tortoise says I'm up to the current revision! I removed tortoise svn,
> rebooted, re installed, rebooted, created a new folder and checked it out,
> downloaded all the assets again and still the same issue. Old files, but
> says I'm up to revision.
> I'm thinking this is a legacy / history thing somewhere. Is there some list
> on my computer I can blow away and then update and then tortoise will go
> through and update only files that i need updated and leave the ones that
> are fine?

Any chance that there was a repository problem and a backup has been
restored that was not fully up to date?

When doing a fresh checkout, that action is not affected by any
locally cached data for that repository,since the check out is done by
the SVN libraries which do not know anything about the TSVN caches. If
you miss files/changes in a fresh check out then these changes were
not yet committed...

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Received on 2008-09-19 07:16:57 CEST

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