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Re: TortoiseSVN -> Add option

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 9 Jul 2015 09:58:38 +0100

On 9 July 2015 at 09:07, Cihad <cihadpalta68_at_gmail.com> wrote:

> Dear Sir/Madam,
> I will start with the steps I have done, at our office my colleagues were
> using CVS. The CVS server was managed by an ex-colleague of ours whom has
> left our company. The CVS server was hosted on a linux server.
> We decided to step over to SVN, and host it on a Windows machine. The SVN
> server is up and running well, it works and does what it needs to do.
> Next to that, after installing TortoiseSVN on my own computer and for my
> colleague, we found a strange thing.
> The scenario is like this:
> 1.I made an empty folder on our Windows machine.
> 2.I checked out project ‘test’ to that folder, the project has been
> imported successfully.
> 3. When I make a new text file in the imported project folder for a test,
> and right-click it -> TortoiseSVN -> Add ~ On my computer this works fine,
> I can Add the file and after committing it the file will be commited
> successfully.
> 4. When I do step 3 on my colleagues computer, and right-click the text
> file -> TortoiseSVN -> The only options showing are: Repo-browser,
> Settings, Help, About. No add option

Sounds like you missed out step 2 on your colleague's computer. If you only
see Repo-browser, Settings, Help, About then you are not in a subversion
working copy.



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