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How does Tortoise see files in unversioned directories?

From: David Good <DEGood_at_tmriusa.com>
Date: Wed, 9 Jun 2010 16:54:28 -0500

If I do a "Check for Modifications" and select <show unversioned files>
and <show ignored files>
Tortoise gives me a pop-up box with a list of *all* the unmodified files.
If I use a command line 'svn status --no-ignore', the output does *not*
list any unversioned files in unversioned directories.
There doesn't seem to be a command-line flag to duplicate the GUI
behavior?

How does Tortoise do it?

My ultimate goal is to get the list of all the unversioned files into a
text file for later use.

Using TortoiseSVN 1.5.2, Build 13595 - 64 Bit
         Subversion 1.5.1.

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David Good
degood_at_tmruisa.com

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