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Re: Tortise SVN over CVS

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-06-29 20:54:53 CEST

Lee Keel wrote:

> I am new to this list, so forgive me if the answer to my problem is
> staring me in the face, but...
> I have Tortise CVS loaded and working against my local source control.
> I loaded Tortise SVN yesterday so that I could get some source from
> sourceforge. When I loaded the SVN, I lost my icon overlays for all
> files in CVS. However, everything seems to be working just fine for
> Tortise svn.
> Version and machine information:
> Windows Vista 64bit Ultimate
> Tortise SVN version 1.4.4 build 9706 - 64bit
> Tortise CVS version 1.10.1 RC4
> Thanks in advance for any suggestions.

I can't really tell you why this happens to TortoiseCVS. But I can
assure you that TortoiseSVN does not mess around with TortoiseCVS at
all. We don't touch any files or registry entries of other applications.

What you should know is that Windows has only a limited amount of
overlay slots. If you have both TSVN and TCVS installed, some of the
overlays won't show up because there simply are too many.
You can check the installed overlay handlers on this registry key:
(under both HKLM and HKCU).

Also see here:


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Received on Fri Jun 29 20:54:55 2007

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