> Roy Budiantara wrote:
> >I am having this problem where some of my files are marked as normal (with green checkmarks),
> >which, I am assuming, means that TortoiseSVN consider it current.
> it considers it unchanged in regard to the version of the file you
> checked out.
> >But apparently my local version of the file is not in the Repository.
> not quit sure what you mean.
When I see one of the files, the icon shows that it is in the normal state. When I "Diff with previous version", there are multiple lines of codes that are different.
When I modify the local file by 1 character to make the "Diff" context menu appear and clicked the "Diff" on the context menu, there is only one character difference and the icon changed to modified.
> are you sure you have the most recent version of the file in your
> working copy?
> You can check with the 'check for modifications' dialog using the
> 'check repository' button.
I am sure because I was the one who uploaded the original sources and I am the only person working with this repository.
> > Now I would understand that if there are multiple users working on the repository, this would probably
> > happen often, but I am the only one working with it
> what would happen in that scenario is that someone else commits to the
> repository and you local copy of the file is no longer recent. In that
> case you need to update your working copy.
At the moment no one else is working on it because I'm the only one that knows how to code.
> > and when I tried to Diff With Previous Version (by adding a character on my working copy) it's comparing
> > it with 10 revisions back.
> it diffs it against the revision previous to the one you checked out,
> not to HEAD-1
> > When I just do a Diff (with the local repository) it's just showing that extra character difference.
> local diff shows the changes to the checked-out version
Thank you Lorenz for replying.
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Received on 2010-11-04 07:35:24 CET