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Re: TSVNCache not ignoring files when setting icons?

From: Josh Coltrane <jcoltrane_at_directlinkrealty.com>
Date: 2007-06-14 04:20:29 CEST

----- "Andy Levy" <andy.levy@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 6/13/07, Josh Coltrane <Josh23@customcodecreations.com> wrote:
> > I just upgraded from 1.4.1 to 1.4.4 and noticed a change in behavior
> in the icon overlays.
> >
> > After upgrading, the icons for directories (and the whole parent
> tree above that one) containing files that are in the global ignore
> list show the modified/red exclamation point.
> Good, I'm not going insane. I thought it was a problem with my
> system.

Thanks for confirming the same for me. :)

> I've noticed the same thing. Even with files that aren't covered by
> global-ignores but by svn:ignore on the directory itself. The file
> shows as being ignored, but the containing directory shows the red
> (!). If I go to TSVN -> Check for Modifications, no changed files,
> nor
> any unversioned files, are shown.
> I haven't upgraded to the 1.4.4 command-line client yet to check the
> behavior against svn st (with matching libraries) yet. Once the
> installer is out I'll go for it.

I said in my original post that it was happening with 1.4.3 too, but after I uninstalled 1.4.4, rebooted, installed 1.4.3, and rebooted, the behavior is different after all - so it is something that's changed since 1.4.3.


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