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Re: Tortise doesn't recognize that my directory is under version control

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-26 19:35:11 CEST

Ted Graham wrote:
> Tortise was installed on my C drive, my directory under version
> control was on D. C crashed, so I put in a new drive, reinstalled
> Windows XP and Tortise.
> After a reboot, I browsed to D, but Tortise doesn't show my directory
> as under version control. The directory is large and may have some
> files that haven't been added or committed, so I'd rather not check
> out a clean copy.

Depending on the version of TSVN you're using:

pre-1.4.0: check the environment variable SVN_ASP_DOT_NET_HACK. If
you're working copy has folders with the name '_svn' then you must set
that variable. If it has folders with the default name '.svn' then that
variable must not exist.

1.4.0: check/uncheck the corresponding setting in the TSVN settings dialog.


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