2009/5/27 Jean-Marc van Leerdam <j.m.van.leerdam_at_gmail.com>:
> Hi Cliff,
> 2009/5/27 Cliff Diamond <cliff.diamond_at_live.co.uk>:
>> I'm new to TSVN (but not SVN). I'm finding that the icons displayed in explorer don't always reflect the actual status of a file or directory. Most are correct but occasionally one will show red when the file is up-to-date. Sometimes the icons are just a little slow to update but I get the occasional one that stubbornly refuses to believe the file is up-to-date.
> This is sometimes observed in the file pane of explorer, but usually
> the cure is to press 'F5' to refresh the display. If that does not
> work and the 'Check for Modifications' dialog really does not list the
> file as modified (either itself or its subversion properties), please
> report back here.
> The folder tree view is notoriously inaccurate in displaying or
> updating the icons. There is no reliable solution to get the tree view
> in sync. For me, usually the following steps work:
> 1. collapse the tree at least one level above the incorrectly shown status
> 2. press F5
> 3. open the tree again
You can also try TSVN->Cleanup
The problem with treeview is a bug in Windows Explorer and is not
limited to icon overlays. If you delete a folder using a console
window, the file pane will update to show the folder gone, but the
tree view does not.
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Received on 2009-05-27 14:26:45 CEST