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Re: Icon Overlays Don't Aren't Reflected on Working Copy

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-04-06 19:25:11 CEST

On 4/6/06, asdsadasd <sendspam@mailinator.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm day1 user of TortoiseSVN, so please pardon any ignorant comment.
> We have two working copies in our enviroment. One is dev and other is
> production. We make changes on dev, commit them to repo and when ready, do
> a "SVN Update" on production working copy to pull the latest change.
> Now everything works fine. But if I go to the production working copy and
> the copy in repo is different, then icon overlays don't reflect it at all.
> On the other hand, as soon as we make changes on the dev working copy, the
> icons immediately reflect the change.
> Both dev and production working copies are on windows network shares and we
> are not using the explorer treeview which is known to have problem
> refreshing the icons.

The status of each file is relative to what was checked out to the
working copy. Thus, your production working copy will always appear
to be "not changed" because Subversion isn't checking for differences
against the server. And, the server knows *nothing* of any changes to
your working copy until you commit them.

Your dev working copy's icons update because you're editing those files.

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Received on Thu Apr 6 19:25:28 2006

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