--- On Sun, 5/8/11, Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com> wrote:
On 08.05.2011 06:00, Scott Duplichan wrote:
> I suppose few Windows users disable their recycle bin because I cannot
> find other reports of this problem. Yes, I disable the Windows recycle
> (right-click, properties, "Do not move files to the recycle bin. Remove
> files immediately when deleted").Weird indeed, but I grew up with no
> recycle bin and prefer it that way.
> This setting usually causes no software compatibility problems. But with
> Tortoise SVN, it does. When I use Tortoise to delete an unversioned
> file, Tortoise changes the recycle bin registry settings
> to enable the recycle bin. It then creates a recycle bin on each of my
> hard drives. While this is not terribly harmful, I do notice the
> unexpected recycle bins on each drive after running Tortoise.
> I have been looking for a work around. I tried using registry
> permissions to prevent changes to the recycle bin settings. This appears
> to work. However, a recycle bin structure is still created on each of my
> hard drives. Any suggestions for making the Tortoise delete function do
> a plain delete?
]Settings->Dialogs 1->Misc->Use recycle bin when reverting
Thanks for the quick response and suggestion.
In a similar thread that seemed to work:
On the other hand, my result is different. For me, this setting does work
as intended for Revert. This setting also prevents recycle bin activity
for right-click, delete. This is true for both modified and unmodified file case.
But for right-click, SVN Check for modifications, Show unversioned files, then
Delete of an unversioned file, I get the recycle bin activity.
By the way, thanks for grepwin. It is perfect.
TortoiseSVN 1.6.15, Build 21042 - 64 Bit , 2011/03/23 18:57:14
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