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Re: Unversioned files outside of a working copy

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 09 Jan 2010 16:43:45 +0100

On 08.01.2010 15:26, Antoine Alberti wrote:
> Hi,
> I copied a versioned dir to my WinXP desktop, and removed it. I don't
> remember what I did exactly, but in the meantime, there probably was a
> .svn folder directly on the desktop. Anyway, now, I don't have anymore
> svn working copy of anything on my desktop, or anything related to svn,
> but all my desktop folders are marked as un-versioned (i.e. with a blue
> question mark icon). When I right-click my desktop forlder or any of its
> sub-folders, I only have the items corresponding to a folder that is not
> concerned with svn (Checkout...). I couldn't find what was left from
> [tortoise]svn on my desktop.
> Is there a way to clean this?

Try killing the TSVNCache.exe process.


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