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Re: Red exclamation points

From: Chris <shef31_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-07-13 03:06:55 CEST

Rainer Müller wrote:
> Chris wrote:
>> Is there any way to see exactly why Tortoise thinks a folder needs
>> attention?
> Use the "Check for modifications" dialog to see the reason why it is marked with
> an exclamation mark. Also "Diff" can show you the changes you made to files.
> Rainer

Thanks. "Check for Modifications" on a directory that has an exclamation
point, but has no exclamation points underneath it, returns a dialog box
that says "file list is empty".

It's a little more complicated for the dirs that contain .class files.
In my project, I have /src and /bin directories. /src has source that
should be versioned, and /bin has .class files that should not. In my
global-ignores, I ignore */bin/* and *.class. Repo browser shows that
/bin does not exist in the repository. But the /bin dir does get an
exclamation point in Tortoise. When I click on /bin and click on "Check
for Modifications", the dialog shows a long list of .java files listed
as "missing"! The /bin directory has never contained .java files. Very odd.

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Received on Thu Jul 13 03:07:18 2006

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