Thanks for the response. I am fairly certain that I do not have any
other Tortoise application installed. There is nothing in the "add/
remove" programs and nothing shows up in any of the context menus.
Is there a way to be sure that nothing is installed?
I do have other SVN clients on my machine, but they are attached to my
IDE, Eclipse, and they do not install as a shell extension. So
Subclipse (and Collabnet) to be exact.
On Oct 27, 12:58 pm, Stefan Küng <tortoise..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Patrick Clark wrote:
> > I am having two issues with Tortoise SVN on Windows XP SP3.
> > First I have been using Tortoise SVN for quite some time with no
> > issues. But then last Thursday, it started decorating every singe
> > file on the file system (regardless of if it was managed by SVN or
> > not).
> > I decided to try uninstalling Tortoise SVN, however that did not fix
> > the problem. After a reboot I still have the overlays on all icons
> > (plus the windows explorer is sluggish). The context menu is gone,
> > but icons are still overlayed and the explorer is still sluggish.
> > I then ran the Tortoise CleanInstall.exe provided to take care of any
> > registry entries. After a reboot the overlays are still there.
> > I then used the MS TweakUI "Rebuild Icons" function. It did not take
> > care of the issue either.
> > So, now I am left with a system that does not have Tortoise SVN
> > installed, but puts icon overlays like it does.
> > Has anyone else had this issue and have a fix for it?
> Make sure that no other Tortoise application is installed (e.g.
> TortoiseCVS, TortoiseHg, ...).
> If TSVN is not installed anymore, it can't be responsible for the overlays.
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