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Re: Repository not being updated

From: Roel Harbers <roel_at_roelharbers.com>
Date: 2007-05-15 08:38:23 CEST

Steve Dickes wrote:
> I want to confirm things are set up right so I went into the repository
> via the Windows Explorer, the files have the created date (another topic
> I understand), I open the file and my changes are not there. If I go
> into the repository via the Repo-browser the file dates are set to the
> changed date (I set the flag). I'm nervous and want to make sure I have
> everything set up correctly before I start trusting this. Does this all
> sound legitimate? Should I stay out of the repository and trust the
> changes are getting made?

It's not possible to view seperate versioned files in the repository
through the explorer. They are stored in the db folder, one file per
revision, which contains all changes to all files in that revision.

It should never be necessary to manipulate the repository db files directly.

As long as you can see the commited files in the repo browser, you'll be


Roel Harbers

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