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Re: Windows Explorer sometimes does not show SVN icons

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Wed, 7 May 2008 23:03:18 +0100

2008/5/7 Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>:
> Bryan White wrote:
>
> > Problem: The SVN icons sometimes fail to appear in N: (a subst drive), and
> F5 sometimes does not make then appear. For all of today, they've never
> appeared.
> > Clues:
> > * My SVN files are all on the N: drive which is created via "subst N:
> D:\N" in batch file at boot time in StartUp group.
> > * Icons appear on and in D:\N\BDL directory (This is irrelevant to me as I
> want them on the N:\BDL path where my development environment is set up)
> > * Right-click brings up TortoiseSVN menu option, and I can update & commit
> (albeit a bit blind)
> > * MS VS 2005 with Ankh works fine (SVN icons show and then change as I do
> stuff)
> > (yes, the solutions and projects all think they're on N: drive!)
> > * Opening Repo Browser shows url https://cel1300:8443/svn/N
> > cel1300 is a WinXPPro SP2 box on my LAN running VisualSVN(? Server
> 1.0.1?)
> > * A sample directory tree in Repo Browser shows
> > - https://cel1300:8443/svn/N
> > - BDL
> > + Finance
> >
>
> Exclude the D:\N\BDL directory from showing the overlays (settings dialog).
> The problem with SUBSTed drives is that the cache does not get two change
> notifications but usually only one (for the original place). Which means the
> SUBSTed part will always be out-of-date.

Added to the docs as a tip in settings in r12869

Simon

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