The toolbar from the working copy view contains the following buttons:
Synchronize view. The actions
performs a synchronize operation on the root of the working
copy. Synchronize - contacts the repository and determines
the changes made by you to the working copy and by others to the
repository. The synchronize result will be displayed in the
- Refresh - refreshes the content of the working copy.
The content of the working copy is always scanned(refreshed) when
starting the Subversion client or when changing the working copy
from the combo box in the toolbar. However, if you make
modifications from other applications outside the Subversion client,
while the client is started, you will have to manually refresh the
working copy. The action performs a refresh operation on the root of
the working copy.
Cleanup operation should
be performed first. Cleanup - performs a maintenance cleanup operation on
the working copy. Sometimes, when an operation fails, the working
copy will enter an inconsistent state in which some resources will
remain locked by SVN. Cleanup removes those maintenance locks and
allows you to continue your work. When the SVN client determines
that an operation failed because the working copy is locked by SVN
you will be asked if a
Combo box - The combo box list contains all the working copies the
Subversion client is aware of. When you select another working copy
from the combo, the newly selected working copy content will be
scanned and displayed in the view.
copies list dialog which displays the working copies
the Subversion client is aware of. In this dialog you can add
existing or remove no longer needed working copies. If you try to
add a directory which is not a valid Subversion working copy, a
warning dialog will inform you that the selected directory is not
under version control. Please note that removing a working copy from
this dialog will NOT remove it from your file system; you will have
to do that manually. Add/Remove Working Copy - opens the
- Show ignored files - shows in the working copy tree the
resources that were listed in the svn:ignore property of their
parents. This option is off by default.
- Show deleted files - shows in the working copy tree the
resources that were marked to be deleted but are not yet committed.
This option is off by default.
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