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Re: problem vith property "needs-lock"

From: Jean-Marc van Leerdam <j.m.van.leerdam_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 28 Sep 2009 09:35:05 +0200


2009/9/28 Michael Heyne <heyne_at_hanse-inform.de>:
> hello,
> i'm working with w2k and tortoise version 1.6.5 Build 16974. since installation i have problems with the overlay icons and files with the property "needs-lock".
> what happens:
> - i have created a file and add it. ok, there is the red exclamation mark.
> - i commit the file. the overlay icon changed to green. good.
> - i add the property "needs-lock" and there is the red exclamation mark again. ok
> - i commit the file again and there is no overlay icon on this file. and this is my problem!
> pressing f5 or killing the tsvncache wont solve the problem. it shows no icons foe all files with "needs-lock". only locked and changed files shows the red icon. the column "svn status" in the explorer shows the correct status.

There may be insufficient overlay slots available to display all TSVN
overlays. Some less important overlays get dropped if this is the
case. At the moment these are as follows:

+ // If there are more than 13 handlers registered, then
+ // we have to drop some of our handlers to get other
+ // handlers a chance too:
+ // 14 registered: drop the unversioned overlay
+ // 15 registered: drop the unversioned and the ignored overlay
+ // 16 registered: drop the unversioned, ignored and locked overlay
+ // 17 and more registered: drop the unversioned, ignored,
locked and added overlay

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Received on 2009-09-28 09:35:15 CEST

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