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Re: Red exclamation points

From: Chris <shef31_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-07-13 02:38:37 CEST

Bruce Webber wrote:
> --Simon Large <simon@skirridsystems.co.uk>
> wrote:
>> Chris wrote:
>>> We've installed subversion & tortoise and it seems to be working ok. The
>>> documentation is voluminous, though, and it's a bit hard to find things.
>> That's the first time I've heard anyone complain that there is too much
>> documentation ;-)
>>> What, exactly, is the red exclamation point telling me?
>> Manual->Daily Use Guide->Getting Status Information
>>> How do I get rid of it?
>> Daily Use Guide->TortoiseSVN's Settings->Icon Overlay Settings.
>> Uncheck all drive types if you do not want any overlays showing at all.
>> But if you don't want the GUI why install a GUI client?
>> Simon
> Perhaps Chris' question is more fundamental.
> Chris: the exclamation point indicates that the file in the working copy
> has been modified since the working copy was checked out or since the
> last commit. To "get rid of" the exclamation point you will need to
> commit the file. (If this indeed answers your question, I highly
> recommend taking the time to read through the TortioseSVN documentation,
> which is excellent.)

Thanks. That was indeed my question.

The exclamation points are actually on folders, not files. It appears
that they show up when my Java compiler generates .class files and dumps
them into a directory. I do not want to have class files in the version
control system, and I have specifically excluded them using

global-ignores = *.class

in the config file. Yet the exclamation point remain, even after I do a
Commit on the entire source tree.

Also, I get exclamation points on folders that do not contain any files
or subdirectories that are themselves marked with exclamation points. I
do not see the cause of warning. An F5 refresh does not clear it up.

Is there any way to see exactly why Tortoise thinks a folder needs

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