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"Check for modifications" dialog output

From: Giulio Troccoli <Giulio.Troccoli_at_uk.linedata.com>
Date: 2007-01-03 11:10:46 CET

Hello everybody,

I have searched the mailing list archive but I haven't found an answer to my question/doubt.

I am managing SVN in our company. I personally use a Unix system when developing/investigating, thus using a CLI, but the majority of our developers use Windows as their main platform, thus using TSVN.

One developer in particular makes use of the "Check for modification" feature quite a lot apparently. I found out from the TSVN Help that it actually performs a svn status or a svn --show-updates status operation (btw, it's not clear from the Help when the former or the latter is performed), but I don't know how the information from that command is translated on the dialog.

The problem came up because he asked me why the files in a folder were shown as "non-versioned" in the Text status column, and "added" in the Remote text status column. He was puzzled because those files were not new, and already under subversion, although they had been added and committed recently and not yet modified (if that makes any difference).

We don't have a CLI on Windows installed so I cannot check the result of a svn status command. SVN is 1.3.0 and TSVN was 1.2 (I don't know the exact version) but it still happens with TSVN is 1.3.5.

Any help would be much appreciated.


Giulio Troccoli
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