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Re: not "the usual" missing icon overlay question

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 22 May 2010 09:49:57 +0200

On 21.05.2010 15:45, Lorenz wrote:
> Stefan Küng wrote:
>> On 21.05.2010 10:20, Lorenz wrote:
>>> this about missing icon overlays, but I don't think it is related to
>>> the usual "icon overlay missing after upgrade" problem clogging the
>>> mailing list lately 8-)
>>>
>>>
>>> Previously running a pre 19000 nightly I've updated to the
>>> 'TortoiseSVN 1.6.99, Build 19540 - 32 Bit -dev' yesterday and
>>> encountered missing icon overlays.
>>> After repair install and uninstall/reinstall (including various
>>> reboots) didn't help, I checked my configuration.
>>>
>>> It has non of the 'Drive types' checked, but only defines some include
>>> paths. This worked for me until the update. Now it doesn't.
>>>
>>> I only get icon overlay now if I check a drive types. But that's
>>> something I would like to avoid especially for network drives (where I
>>> have only a small number of working copies).
>>>
>>> Is this a deliberate change in behaviour?
>>
>> Stefan^2 changed the behavior a little bit in r19027:
>> * make sub-tree exclusion / inclusion the default (don't require '*')
>> * allow for sub-path settings to overwrite parent path settings
>>
>> http://code.google.com/p/tortoisesvn/source/detail?r=19027
>
> yes, I saw those, but that's not the problem I have.
>
> I want to restrict the icon overlay to small number of paths on my
> local and some network drives (thereby restricting the crawler too).
>
> Until recently that was possible by unticking all drive type options
> and adding the respective paths to the include list.
> That is, a check mark in the drive typs section had the same result as
> adding all drive roots of the respective type to the include list.
>
> That doesn't seem to work any longer.
>
> To get what I want, I now additionally need to check 'Fixed drives'
> and 'Network drives' and add all drive roots to the exclude list.

Yes, you now have to allow the drive type to make this work.

Stefan

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