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Re: Inconsistency in Explorer's property tab

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 15 May 2017 19:44:03 +0200

On 15.05.2017 09:08, fonitzu wrote:
> Hi,
> it looks like I'm missing or misunderstanding something.
> If I call TSVN->Show log on a directory, it shows me 9777 as the last
> log, a value subwcrev gives too.
> If I call Explorer's properties on the same directory, it shows: WC
> revision 9775, last changed revision 9682. This information is plainly
> wrong, according to the log, my directory wasn't even touched in r9775.
> It does not matter if I call the properties window from Explorer or
> TotalCommander.
> Using Win7 x64 Ultimate, TortoiseSVN 1.9.5, Build 27581 - 64 Bit.
> Where is my problem?

A directory is a little bit special when it comes to the
'last-committed-revision': for performance reasons, that revision is
only updated when you run an update. So it's usually not current.

SubWCRev scans all the files within a folder and returns the highest
revision number of the directory and all the files in it.

The log shows you the state in the repository, not of your working copy.


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