On 07.08.2009 19:48, Robert Dailey wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 7, 2009 at 12:43 PM, Robert Dailey <rcdailey_at_gmail.com
> <mailto:rcdailey_at_gmail.com>> wrote:
> Wow, more interesting news for you Stefan:
> First, what I've tried:
> 1. Uninstall TortoiseSVN
> 2. Reboot
> 3. Delete registry settings related to TSVN (Overlays, and user
> 4. Install latest nightly build
> 5. Reboot
> Problem still exists on the binary files, same as before. However,
> now I'm trying to click "OK" in the "Resolved" dialog for an SLN
> file and an XML file (Two text files) and it hangs! It's doing the
> same thing! What the heck?!
> I also noticed that these 2 files were marked as conflicted (Not a
> tree conflict) during an update, but when I view the conflict in
> tortoise merge, it shows no red lines (i.e. no conflicted areas) in
> either file. What's going on?! I don't get it...
> Also, I am able to CTRL+A all items in the resolved dialog and Right
> Click >> Resolved. This takes about 20-30 seconds to complete with the
> binary files, but it does achieve the goal. How are the two methods
> different (context menu vs OK button)?
The only difference I can see is that with the right-click->resolved,
the svn_client_resolved() API is called with --recurse set to false,
while it's set to true if you click on the OK button and have the
progress dialog do the resolving.
$ svn resolved conflictedfile1 conflictedfile2 -R
maybe svn has problems detecting that the recurse flag should ignore files?
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Received on 2009-08-07 21:48:56 CEST