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Re: TortoiseSVN not seeing new file checked into Subversion

From: Jean-Marc van Leerdam <j.m.van.leerdam_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 25 Jun 2009 12:08:04 +0200


2009/6/25 Clare Rodger <clare.rodger_at_crownwestfalen.com>:
> We currently have three separate environments that we synchronise with
> Subversion – “phoebuslive”, “phoebustest”, “phoebusdev”.  See attached
> screenshot
> The problem is when a brand new file is checked into Subversion.  I want
> this file to be updated on the U, V and W drives above.  So I first
> right-click on the W drive, and select TortoiseSVN…Check for Modifications..
> then click on the “Check Repository” button.  There I can clearly see the
> new file in Subversion, so I right-click on it, and Update in the usual
> manner.  HOWEVER when I try to do the same on subsequent drives (V and U),
> the new file is no longer listed, and therefore the update onto these drives
> is not possible.  Any ideas?

Given the fact that the three drives show slightly different folders,
I guess they point to different branches in the same repository (as I
would expect in a live - test - dev setup).

The new file would first have to be merged to the other branches
before it shows up in a check for modifications.

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