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Lowest / highest shown revision

From: David Dawe <dhdawe_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Thu, 7 May 2009 09:28:50 -0700 (PDT)

I have been using TortoiseSVN v1.4.1 (Nov 2006) for quite a while now. The Check for Modifications window is one that I keep opened almost all of the time. And the Lowest / Highest revision fields were always important for me to quickly tell whether my working folder was consistent with a single revision in the repository.

I am now setting up a new laptop for myself at work, so I installed v1.6.1. Unfortunately (for me), the meaning of the Lowest / Highest shown revision fields has changed. Is there another way to get the information that I am looking for?

For example, if I performed an Update to revision to (say) revision 12400 with v1.4.1, the lowest and highest revisions reported would be 12400, even if some files were not modified at that revision. But at least I knew that that my working copy corresponded to what existed in the repository at revision 12400. This is not the case with v1.6.1.

I am looking for a "non destructive" way (that is, not using Update to revision) to check the overall revision of my working copy.

Any ideas how I could do this?

Thanks all.


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