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Re: Minor TSVNCache issue with 1.4.4?

From: Robert Roessler <robertr_at_rftp.com>
Date: 2007-06-15 10:22:51 CEST

Robert Roessler wrote:
> Simon Large wrote:
>> On 12/06/07, Robert Roessler <robertr@rftp.com> wrote:
>>> After installing 1.4.4 (from 1.4.3) and rebooting etc on my XP SP2 box
>>> with all NTFS partitions, I now see that the overlays don't get
>>> changed after, say, a commit... at least not automagically.
>>> I now must e.g., do a Refresh on the Explorer window, or switch to a
>>> different dir and then back to get the "modified" overlays to
>>> disappear. This happened quite quickly and without intervention on my
>>> part with 1.4.3.
>> How did you manage that? My overlays have not updated after commit
>> since about 1.2. The directory watcher in TSVNCache sees no change in
>> the file timestamp on commit, so it doesn't send a change
>> notification. IIRC there were problems previously with excessive
>> notifications on commit, which is why they were cut down. But that was
>> a very long time ago.
> I suppose I assumed that it was something in the .svn tree that was
> changing and prompting a check and subsequent overlay change on
> commit... if you feel that (or my "used to work" claim itself) is not
> the way the client currently functions, I suppose I could uninstall and
> reinstall 1.4.3 to verify any changes in behavior.
> Any other comments before I do this?

All right, all right... Simon is clearly right about this (I suppose
no one is surprised). ;)

I downgraded to 1.4.3 and the post-commit behavior is exactly as with
1.4.4: I need to Refresh or switch away and back to the same displayed
folder to see the "modified" overlays disappear.

I will return to 1.4.4 sometime later on Friday.

Robert Roessler

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Received on Fri Jun 15 10:23:48 2007

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