#145 Subdirs in SVN tree not treated as non-SVN

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2013-02-26
2013-02-26
Anonymous
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In a checked out trunk, TkCVS no longer shows SVN connections with any file or directory not in the top level of the trunk. No revisions are listed and selecting any file leaves all of the command buttons grayed out. Apparently, this is only true for the linux version. The same directory under windows seems fine.

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    Anonymous - 2013-02-26

    directory with problem

     
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    Anonymous - 2013-02-26

    Same under windows

     
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    Anonymous - 2013-02-26

    I was using version 8.2.2; I downloaded 8.2.3 and copied it to /usr/share/tkcvs and the problem is now resolved

     
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    DorothyR - 2013-02-27

    The difference between Linux and windows is probably the version of the SVN client. There is no longer a .svn subdirectory in each directory in newer versions. I thought I was handling that properly. I'm traveling, can't check right now. If you turn tracing on, does it say the directory isn't under SVN control?

     

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