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The Working Copy view allows you to manage the content of an SVN working copy.
The toolbar contains the list of defined working copies, a set of view modes that allow you to filter the content of the working copy based on the resource status (like incoming or outgoing changes), and a Settings menu.
Working Copy View - All Files View Mode
Working Copy View - Modified View Mode
Propagated modification marker - A folder marked with this icon indicates that the folder itself presents some changes (like modified properties) or a child resource has been modified.
External - This indicates a mapping of a local directory to the URL of a versioned resource. It is declared with a svn:externals property in the parent folder.
Switched - This indicates a resource that has been switched from the initial repository location to a new location within the same repository. The resource goes to this state as a result of the Switch action executed from the contextual menu of the Working Copy view.
Grayed - A resource with a grayed icon but no overlaid icon is an ignored resource. It is obtained with the Add to svn:ignore action.
Current SVN depth of a folder:
Immediate children (immediates) (a variant of sparse checkout) - The directory contains only direct file and folder children. Child folders ignore their content.
File children only (files) (a variant of sparse checkout) - The directory contains only direct file children, disregarding any child folders.
This folder only (empty) (a variant of sparse checkout) - The directory will discard any child resource.
The toolbar allows you to switch between two working copies:
Drop down list - Contains all the working copies Syncro SVN Client is aware of. When you select another working copy from the list, the newly selected working copy content will be scanned and displayed in the Working Copy view.
Add/Remove Working Copy - opens the Working copies list dialog which displays the working copies Syncro SVN Client is aware of. In this dialog you can add existing working copies or remove the no longer needed ones. If you try to add a folder 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.