On 10 November 2011 14:31, Gerald Britton <gerald.britton_at_gmail.com> wrote:
>> You seem to be confusing TSVN and SVN. SVN is a command line client
> Not confused. I've used SVN for many years.
>> and has no commit dialog. The commit dialog is part of TSVN, so if the
>> commit dialog says it is unversioned then that is its subversion
>> status. That means that TSVN is taking account of the blank and not
>> ignoring the file,
> That's not what is happening. With
> *.foo \n
> in my svn:ignore list. TSVN marks "bar.foo" with a minus sign, but when I select SVN commit from the menu, SVN (correctly as it turns out) shows the same file as unversioned (and not ignored). So, TSVN effectively ignores the file (with the minus sign icon), while SVN does not. In other words, I believe that TSVN strips blanks before the new line in the svn:ignore list, whereas SVN does not.
> I find that inconsistent.
Please refer to my previous post. If you select commit from the
context menu that is part of TSVN. Anything to do with the context
menus and Windows dialogs is TSVN. TSVN is a subversion client, which
is why the context menus are marked "SVN commit" etc, but that does
not mean that it has anything to do with the official subversion
command line client. If you talk about SVN people will assume, as I
did, that you mean the command line client svn.exe
What you are seeing is a problem with the way overlay icons are displayed.
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