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Re: Enhancement Request: Icon overlays for non-updated working copies

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 3 Aug 2011 16:08:03 -0400

On Wed, Aug 3, 2011 at 15:34, Todd Nelson <toddyboy82577_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> If a user installs TortoiseSVN 1.7, any working copies that have not
> been upgraded are difficult to find because there are no icon overlays
> displayed on the working copy.  It would be beneficial to the users to
> put an icon overlay letting the user know they have not updated the
> working copy.  You could reuse the same icon for modified or
> conflicted files since the limitation on the number of icon overlays
> still exists in Windows 7.

This was *just* addressed earlier today.

> A utility to search a given disk or path to find all working copies to
> upgrade at once would also be useful.  We have developers with a large
> number of working copies and unfortunately, they aren't all in the
> same parent directory.  Instead of having to manually search for
> working copies, this utility would find them all and upgrade them at
> once.

How do you handle errors encountered in performing the upgrade?

Why can't the developers upgrade their WCs when they're ready?

Let's say I'm a split Java & .NET developer. I've updated TortoiseSVN
and AnkhSVN, but I haven't upgraded Subclipse (Subversion plugin for
Eclipse) yet. Automatically upgrading *all* of my WCs will immediately
break my Java project WCs, at least for usage inside my IDE.


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