Folder depth issue.
I'm not sure if this is related to my other post, but SmartSVN isn't showing any folders more than 5 levels below the working copy root. The folders show up fine if I use svn command line tools. Drew
Hi there, What version are you using? I've tested this using 7.5 and can see 8 folder levels down (and the files within). Haven't tested with more than 8 levels but happy to do so if you're still having issues?
Still having issues. It won't show anything more than 6 levels below. Command line "svn status" shows everything just fine. Does SmartSVN have its own svn built in? or is it built on top of the SVN I have installed?
Which version of SmartSVN are you using? SmartSVN is a client, not a server, so it will use your own installed version of Subversion.
At the time of reporting, probably 7.0.7 I'm using 7.5.2 now. Interesting discovery / resolution? I turned off "Recursively scan unversioned directories" under Preferences->refresh and this appears to have resolved both this issue as well as the slow performance issue. Perhaps the program got tied up navigating a large subdirectory? Or an looping symbolic link? Even when I open my folders now, it initially indicates that there aren't any sub-folders, then quickly indicates that there are.
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