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Re: When to run "Clean up..."

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 18 Jan 2010 18:59:20 +0100

On 18.01.2010 16:19, Wolf Peuker wrote:
> Hello,
> I /Revert.../ed a single file within the commit dialog in the list of
> the affected files. I actualized the dialog contents by pressing [F5]
> and the reverted file disapeared as expected.
> After closing the commit dialog (I clicked [OK] button) the overlay icon
> on the reverted file persisted to the red exclamation mark (for a *long*
> time, I did some explorer refreshes, a /Update/s with tsvn).
> Finally I started /Clean up.../ and the icon turned green.
> I use TortoiseSVN 1.6.6, Build 17493 - 32 Bit
> on 32-Bit Windows XP, SP3 (German)
> Yes, I know the icons update slow sometimes,
> but /Clean up.../ can be slow too. What does clean up do?
> Should I run int periodically, for instance once a day (/hour)?

The cleanup command executes the svn cleanup command. That command is
used if a previous operation didn't finish properly.
After that, TSVN also refreshes the status cache for that folder and all
its subfolders. Which actually does a refresh for the overlay icons.


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