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Re: Status information -- needs a better solution

From: Kevin Greiner <greinerk_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-02 20:50:53 CET

On 2/2/06, Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn@gmail.com> wrote:
> Check the settings dialog: you can exclude any path you want from
> showing the overlay icons. If you then remove the TSVNCache.exe file
> from the TSVN installation folder, you don't have to worry about the
> cache anymore.

Would excluding the root path of one's local drive ("exclude
paths=c:\*") prevent tsvncache from scanning those folders? Or just
the display of the icons? I'm not clear if there's even a difference.
And this is just an academic question; I haven't had any problems at
all with tsvncache.

> Next time, if you really want something in TSVN, make sure you don't
> insult the whole project with your mail. It really hurt me.

For the record, the company I work switched from Visual SourceSafe to
svn in early January, 2006. I anticipated some pain switching away
from VSS's interface but we haven't had any technical problems with
svn or TortoiseSVN whatsoever. We converted roughly 9,900 revs from
VSS and just this week hit our 10,000th rev.

We love how TortoiseSVN integrates clearly into Explorer as it enables
a common interface for both technical and non-technical people. The
responsiveness of both developers and users on the svn mailing lists
(including this one) was also a key factor in our decision.

Thanks to all who have worked very hard to give svn a GUI that is both
user-friendly and powerful!

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Received on Thu Feb 2 20:51:03 2006

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