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Re: Root folder refreshs non-stop when svn:ignore against a folder

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 23 Aug 2011 18:47:32 +0200

On 23.08.2011 16:56, Ken Lam wrote:
> In explorer, a working copy root folder refreshs (and with overlay icons flashing) non-stop when:
> 1. There's a svn:ignore against a folder directly under working copy's root
> 2. That ignored folder is present.
> 3. No other local modifications
> The problem is stopped when:
> 1. Browsing one more level deep in any folder
> 2. There's a local change in any file.
> Specifications:
> Windows Server 2003 32-bit
> TortoiseSVN 1.7.0 Beta-2
> Feel free to tell me if I miss any detail.

Please open the check-for-modifications dialog, check all the checkboxes.
Then right-click on the header and make sure the "status", "text status"
and "property status" columns are shown.
Now select the root folder and the ignored folder and hit Ctrl-C to copy
the rows to the clipboard.
I need to know the exact status of those items.

You see, the TSVN working copy has ignored folders that are present
below the wc root as well and I've never seen this issue.


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