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Bug Report

From: Seth Gorden <smgorden_at_fullsail.edu>
Date: Tue, 23 Mar 2010 09:19:52 -0400 (EDT)

Dear Tortoise Folks,

I'm attempting to follow recommended procedure for Bug Reporting found on http://tortoisesvn.net/report_a_bug. I've spent as much time that my morning allows to attempt to find similar bugs in the change log and mailing list archives, but I'm out of time and have not yet found anything that sounds exactly like the behavior I'm getting.

My Computer:
Windows XP Professional
Service Pack 3
Intel Xeon CPU
3.25 GB RAM

What I did:
Right Click on a versioned, edited Excel file.
Selected SVN Commit.
Typed in a Message in the Commit dialog.
Clicked OK button.

What was expected:
The excel file would be committed.
The SVN green checkmark would appear on this file.

What happened:
The excel file was committed.
The file retained the red svn mark, and all parent folders
retained the red checkmark.
Clicking SVN Commit on any context menu on any file or folder
in this repository shows that no more changes have been made (all changes were committed).

I'm using Tortoise SVN v1.6.7
I'm getting this behavior pretty consistently lately,
and it "seems" to happen more when I commit specific files,
rather than whole directories.

I've put as much time into checking and reporting this as my job allows.
I hope it proves helpful to you.
Thanks for your time.

Kind Regards,
Seth Gorden


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