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Re: existing working copy no longer recognized after upgrade

From: Bruce Webber <brucewebber_at_fastmail.us>
Date: 2005-11-22 21:31:03 CET

--Marek Podgorny <marek.podgorny@collabworx.com> wrote:
> here is the event flow:
> - i have an existing working copy on my PC. works fine
> - i upgrade Tortoise version
> - after reboot, Tortoise no longer recognizes working copy as such.
> This happened to me twice. luckily, i committed all changes to repository
> before upgrade, so i only needed to recreate working copy.
> hence, the questions:
> - is this a known problem?
> - is there a way to convince Tortoise that a folder actually holds a
> working copy
>   so i do not have to create another?

I don't think I can provide the answers, but I believe the answers to these
questions are important for troubleshooting:

The folder that Tortoise no longer recognizes as a working copy - does it
contain a folder called .svn? (To be a Subversion working copy it must
contain that folder.)

What versions of TortoiseSVN did you upgrade from and to?

Bruce Webber
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Received on Wed Nov 23 09:07:24 2005

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