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Repository browser shows non-repository folders

From: Olivier Levrey <olevrey_at_biospace.fr>
Date: 2007-01-08 17:24:26 CET

Hi guys,

I am new to TortoiseSVN and was trying some of its features using the internal help (nice and easy to use thanks !).

I created a (local) repository for testing, now I no longer need it so I just deleted it (from my explorer window).
I expected repo-browser not to show the path of the deleted repository (since it doesn't exist anymore).
It also seems that repo-browser can open paths even if they are not repositories (and keeps them in the history).

Maybe it is not a bug, but it looks confusing to me.

The only way I found to get rid of the old (or non-repository) paths is to remove them directly from the registry key : HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\TortoiseSVN\History\repoURLS.
This method is ugly but I didn't find any other.

Keep up the good work guys, you're doing great job.

Received on Mon Jan 8 17:32:55 2007

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