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RE: Red X for any committed/updated file

From: Bob Archer <bob.archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Thu, 15 Oct 2009 10:18:35 -0400

> I updated to the most recent stable version of TortoiseSVN. It's
> functionally fine, but the icons are getting increasingly screwed up.
> Any time a file is modified, committed, or updated in its checked out
> copy of a repository, that file gets a "Red X" icon in the lower right.
> Nothing I can think of will get rid of this red X. It is especially
> annoying because if I commit some files and not others, I cannot
> visually see which files need to be committed.

Interesting because a red X overlay means the file/folder has been deleted.

> The unchanged files still show the green checkmark, and the folders
> containing the problem files show a red exclamation point if there is a
> changed file inside of it. Committing the changed file returns the
> folder to a green checkmark even though the file's icon doesn't change.
> I also updated to the RC version on 8/11. There was no change in
> behavior. Also, I'm running another computer on an older version
> (either 1.6.3 or 1.6.4) with no problems.
> Is this a bug or setting problem? How can I fix this?

Do you have your overlay status cache set to "default"?

Have you tried to delete your working copy and check out a clean one?



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Received on 2009-10-15 16:18:44 CEST

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