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RE: Bug selecting (single) file for get lock/commit

From: Jukka Lahtinen <jukka.lahtinen_at_tieto.com>
Date: Thu, 23 Sep 2010 02:32:30 -0700 (PDT)

> when I right-click on a file in my working folder and then choose "SVN Get lock..." from the context menu, the "Lock Files" dialog displays "File list is empty" instead of showing the file i clicked on (and yes, the file has the svn:needs-lock property set).
> If I mark more than one file and then choose "SVN Get lock..." from the context menu, the selected files show up as expected in the "Lock Files" dialog.
> Same behaviour can be observed if "SVN Commit..." is chosen on a single modified file: the commit dialog displays "No files were changed or added since the last commit". If I select more than one file for commit all files show up in the Commit dialog.

Do you have the working directory on a network drive or is it on your local disk? I have experienced the same behavior on working directories located on a shared resource across the network.
I have network drives unchecked in the drive types in the icon overlays settings, I don't know whether or not this has something to do with it.
Oh, and I use TortoiseSVN 1.6.10, Build 19898 - 32 Bit.


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