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Re: Re: How to recommit everything again

From: Daniel Becroft <djcbecroft_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 4 Nov 2010 17:20:44 +1000

On Thu, Nov 4, 2010 at 4:35 PM, Roy Budiantara <rxbudian_at_hotmail.com> wrote:

> > 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.

I think you are misunderstanding the "Diff with previous version" concept.
"Diff with previous version" displays the difference for the *last committed
change*, which is different to "Diff". Diff simply shows the difference
between the current file, and what was checked out.

For example, if file foo.c was modified in r3, r4, and r5, and r5 is checked
out, then "Diff with previous version" would display the difference between
r4 and r5.

To see what files are currently 'modified' in your working copy, right click
on the root, and go to TortoiseSVN > Check for Modifications.

Daniel B.


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