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Re: Potential Bug: Changed files not being marked

From: David Haynes <david.haynes2_at_sympatico.ca>
Date: 2006-06-13 22:42:29 CEST

David Haynes wrote:
> Stefan Küng wrote:
>> David Haynes wrote:
>>> No. I actually am making changes to the file and opening it up again
>>> to make sure.
>>> The choice of editor does not seem to matter. I have made changes
>>> with both Zend and Wordpad that do not show up.
>> Do you have by any chance another Subversion client installed which
>> is linked against Subversion 1.4.x? In that case, the working copy
>> format has changed and current clients can't use the working copy
>> anymore.
>> If you have the command line client installed, please try an
>> 'svn st -v' on your working copy.
>> Stefan
> svn st -v seems to be correct.
> The weird thing is that this was all working (and had been for months).
> The only changes I have made are:
> 1. upgraded to 1.5.2
> 2. installed netbeans 5.0 and java 1.5.2
> 3. installed eclipse (latest)
> 4. updated ZoneAlarms to 6.5.700
> -david-
> p.s. I tried disabling ZoneAlarm. It did not change anything.
O.K. A somewhat empirical test
1. made changes to file with Zend and WordPad - file icon did not
change, modified time did not change
2. uninstalled ZoneAlarm 6.5.700
3. made changes with Zend and WordPad - file icon changed, modified time
4. reinstalled ZoneAlarm 6.5.700
5. made changes to file with Zend and WordPad - file icon did not
change, modified time did not change
6. uninstalled ZoneAlarm - made changes - icon and modified time changed.

So, it looks like ZoneAlarm is the culprit. I am going to install an
earlier version of ZoneAlarm and see if this behavior continues.


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Received on Tue Jun 13 22:42:38 2006

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