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Re: [Bug Report] "Add to ignore list" missing in 64-bit build unless 32-bit build used first

From: Stefan KŁng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-07-25 20:48:35 CEST

Malachi de ∆lfweald wrote:
> I had been running v1.3.3 for 32-bit. After marking a directory as
> ignored, it notified me there was a new version.
> I installed the 64-bit version (Which is awesome btw!)
> The new version has the option of removing the ignore, and then
> re-adding it
> However, with a new project, the Add to Ignore List is missing.
> To verify my expectations, I reopened the 32-bit version, added it to
> the ignore list -- and the 64-bit now has the option to Add/Remove the
> ignore on that directory
> Not sure what would be causing it. It is obviously capable of showing
> it. If I had to venture a guess, I would look for the decision to show
> the Add/Remove from Ignore List being wrapped in some check that isn't
> quite right.

The problem you're seeing here is that version 1.4.x uses a newer format
of the working copy than version 1.3.x. As long as the working copy is
in 1.3 format, the status fetching needed by the context menu (to
determine which entries to show) doesn't always work. But once the
working copy format is updated (happens automatically with almost every
Subversion action you do), it will work again correctly.
Normal status fetching is not affected, but the 'ignore list' stuff is
because there we have to not only fetch the status but read the
properties of the selected entry.


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