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Re: Overlay icons on svn ignored folders and files

From: Gavin Lambert <tsvn_at_mirality.co.nz>
Date: 2006-10-25 01:40:11 CEST

Quoth LANDRAIN Jean-Pol:
> I've just upgraded my TortoiseSVN to the version 1.4.0
> I notice something weird now: the overlay icons are activated for the
> folders that are in my ignore lists. When I commit, everything is fine:
> they are ignored. But it's a bit annoying in the Windows Explorer as,
> when an ignored file or folder is modified, it still takes it into
> account for the folders above.

Sounds like the thing where if the files in the .svn folder are locked
(which happens during upgrading of the working copy) then the
icon-overlay-drawing-thingy just assumes that everything is versioned
(including the .svn folder itself) until proven otherwise.

Usually it sorts itself out if you close the window and reopen it after
waiting a couple of minutes, but some people have reported that they've
needed to kill off the TSVNCache process for it to return to normal.

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Received on Wed Oct 25 01:40:44 2006

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