>> Might there be an issue with the TSVNCache process
>> checking the TC drive BEFORE it is mounted, seeing
>> garbage there, and ignoring it until the next time it gets
I think you figured out the problem. To test it, I created a check-out
folder directly on my hard drive. The direct folder always shows the
overlay icons, but the folders on my TC drive show the icons intermittently
per my previous description.
Hoping it might force Tortoise to refresh when the TC drive is mounted, I
added the path of my TC drive ("Z:\*") to the "Include paths" setting in
Tortoise. That seems to have fixed the problem - now I always see the icons
on my TC drive.
Thanks for your help!
From: Robert Roessler [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, May 14, 2007 5:56 PM
Subject: Re: Problem with Overlay Icons
Joe Mather wrote:
> I've encountered a problem with the overlay icons: they only appear in
> other Windows login session.
> When I boot up and login to Windows, there are no Tortoise overlay icons
> Explorer. If I logout of Windows, then back in, the icons appear. If I
> relogin again, the icons are gone. If I relogin yet again, the icons
> appear. This pattern continues. If I reboot the computer, the pattern
> starts at the beginning (no icons).
> My configuration: Win XP Home SP2, Tortoise SVN V18.104.22.16845, all check-out
> folders are on a TrueCrypt volume on my local hard drive.
> I've already tried the recommendations on the website: rebuilding icons,
> changing Max Cached Icons to 2048, reinstalling Tortoise and running
> ClearInstall.exe in-between, etc. None of those resolved the problem
> The problem started when I upgraded to the latest version of Tortoise.
> Before then, I believe I was running V22.214.171.12492, but I'm not certain.
> I'm not subscribed to the mailing list, so please reply to me directly in
> addition to the list.
> Thanks in advance for any help or advice.
One obvious set of questions here would be:
When does the TC drive get mounted?
Might there be an issue with the TSVNCache process checking the TC
drive BEFORE it is mounted, seeing garbage there, and ignoring it
until the next time it gets started?
And, not that you are (because it would be a bad idea), but if you are
"auto-mounting" the TC drive, perhaps there is a funny timing
relationship between that happening and the TSVNCache process doing
the above check?
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