2011/11/24 Gavin Lambert <colnet_at_mirality.co.nz>:
> Just FYI, I don't get the described behaviour with the command line client, but I do with TSVN [1.7.1] itself (specifically, the TSVN context menus display "checkout" as if the folder I am in is not part of a working copy until I navigate back up to the root of the working copy and then back down, after which it seems to remember it for a while even if the window is closed).
> I've attached an extract from the procmon logs for Explorer.
> Points of note:
> - My WC root is S:\, which is a SUBST drive to C:\Drives\Source.
> - I used Win+R to directly open S:\Program\Library (some names have been changed to protect the innocent) and right-clicked on the folder background.
> - Despite apparently finding and reading the WC root database in the trace above, TSVN displayed the "SVN Checkout" menu as if it was not a working copy.
Did you type the name in Win+R dialog by hand?
I can reproduce the issue with TSVN 1.7.1 if make changes in the name
converting characters uppercase <-> lowercase. Explorer opens, but
TortoiseSVN menus are as if it were not a WC.
(instead of correct C:\workspace\sparse\Libraries\Testing )
It might be that it would be fixed in 1.7.2. I remember reading
several discussions of file path normalization on Windows recently. We
will see in a few days.
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Received on 2011-12-04 00:17:30 CET