On Mar 3, 4:03 pm, Simon Large <simon.tortoise..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
> On 3 March 2011 18:09, Bob Archer <Bob.Arc..._at_amsi.com> wrote:
> >> From: ray [mailto:r..._at_aarden.us]
> >> I wish I could remember how I copied it. I use the TSVN menu but I
> >> don't remember if I did it off the context menu or went into repo
> >> browser. Prior to the copy, the folder was not version controlled.
> >> BOb,
> >> I did not commit the delete. I tried to 'clen up' and other things
> >> but not a commit.
> > Well that's the problem then. Commit the delete and the overlay will go away.
> Woah Bob, slow down. You're fixing the symptoms without first finding
> out what the problem is. The impression I get is that a file was
> copied temporarily to check an old version, and the .svn folder got
> copied by mistake. If you commit the delete then the file will be
> deleted from the repo as well, which I don't think is what is wanted.
> Ray, do you just want to delete the now-versioned folder? If so then
> just delete it. If you want to keep it but stop it from being
> versioned then delete the .svn folder inside it. You may need to
> refresh the view in explorer.
> In future if you want to look at an old version, the Log dialog is
> your friend. Pick an old revision, right click and 'Open' or 'Open
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Yes, that all worked great. After removing the .svn, refresh would
not resolve the overlay. Deleting the folder and then rebuilding it
worked. And now 'Open with' does just what I needed. Of course this
means that I need to have the 'Open with' app immediately available as
opposed to just depositing the file some where. I thought an Export
would work but I can't see how.
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Received on 2011-03-04 02:23:12 CET