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Re: Tortoise 64Bit ( Not Seeing Commands in Windows Explorer

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 17 Nov 2011 18:20:44 +0100

On 17.11.2011 15:54, Gregson, Terry wrote:
> I was using a 32 bit version of Tortoise on my Windows XP machine and am
> setting up my new Windows 7 machine. I loaded the 64 bit version on my
> new Windows 7 machine but do not see the same functionality as I do on
> XP. On my old XP machine, I was able to right click a file and click on
> TortoiseSVN and see a list of 18 different commands but now on Windows 7
> when I do that, I only see 5 commands (Repo-browser, Properties,
> Settings, Help and About). I also on my new Windows 7 machine do not see
> the little icons by the files and directories that tell me if there is a
> conflict between SVN and what I have. Just an FYI, I am able to go into
> both my Eclipse and my .net 2010 IDE and connect to SVN.
> I’ve uninstalled and reinstalled and restarted Windows 7 and still I see
> the same problem. Any ideas?

Apart from the 5 commands you've listed, you also see a menu just above
the TSVN submenu named "SVN upgrade working copy".
You have to either first upgrade your working copies to the new format
or do a fresh checkout.


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