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RE: TortoiseSVN not recognizing changed files (with a twist!)

From: Bob Archer <Bob.Archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Thu, 27 Dec 2012 15:27:50 -0500

> I am running TortoiseSVN on a Citrix Presentation Server. When I change or
> add a file, the icon overlay correctly shows that it has been modified. However,
> when I right click on the file and choose to Commit, I see the message: "No
> files were changed or added since the last commit...". But, if I right click on the
> folder containing the file, it DOES correctly find the modified file.
> Has anyone else seen this problem or have any suggestions? I am at a
> complete loss for what to do since it does not appear to be related to the
> common issue of TortoiseSVN not recognizing that the file has been modified.

I haven't seen that... but is there any reason you can't just check it in by right clicking on the folder?

Is this new or did it just start happening?



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