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Revision3864 (tree)
Zeit2005-07-12 18:28:52
Autorstefankueng

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add our website files to the svn repository, taken from HEAD of the obsolete CVS repository

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--- trunk/www/compatibility.html (nonexistent)
+++ trunk/www/compatibility.html (revision 3864)
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1+<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
2+<html>
3+<head>
4+<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1">
5+<title>TortoiseSVN</title>
6+<link rel="stylesheet" href="styles_html.css" type="text/css">
7+</head>
8+<center>
9+ <h2>Compatibility</h2>
10+</center>
11+<p>
12+The following matrix shows which versions of Subversion clients and servers
13+can work together:
14+</p>
15+
16+<div>
17+<div class="table">
18+<p>Compatibility</p>
19+<table>
20+<thead>
21+<tr>
22+ <th></th>
23+ <th>Client 1.0.x</th>
24+ <th>Client 1.1.x</th>
25+ <th>Client 1.2.x</th>
26+</tr>
27+</thead>
28+
29+<tbody>
30+<tr>
31+ <td>Server 1.0.x</a></td>
32+ <td align="center">yes</td>
33+ <td align="center">yes (1)</td>
34+ <td align="center">yes (1)</td>
35+</tr>
36+<tr>
37+ <td>Server 1.1.x</a></td>
38+ <td align="center">yes</td>
39+ <td align="center">yes</td>
40+ <td align="center">yes(1)</td>
41+</tr>
42+<tr>
43+ <td>Server 1.2.x</a></td>
44+ <td align="center">yes</td>
45+ <td align="center">yes</td>
46+ <td align="center">yes</td>
47+</tr>
48+
49+</tbody>
50+</table>
51+
52+</div>
53+</div>
54+
55+<br />
56+<br />
57+<br />
58+<p>(1) There may be some new functions which the server doesn't have yet but the
59+client has. Then the server will return an error message telling you that the
60+function isn't available.
61+</p>
62+<br />
63+
64+<div class="alert" style="clear:both">
65+
66+<p>
67+Note: a repository dump/load cycle on the server won't be necessary until version
68+2.0.x comes out!
69+</p>
70+</div>
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--- trunk/www/contributors.html (nonexistent)
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1+<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
2+<html>
3+
4+<head>
5+ <title>TortoiseSVN Contributors</title>
6+ <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html">
7+ <link rel="stylesheet" href="styles_html.css" type="text/css">
8+</head>
9+
10+<body>
11+
12+<h2>TortoiseSVN Contributors</h2>
13+
14+<h3>Project Owners</h3>
15+
16+<div class="table">
17+<table summary="Project Owners" width="80%">
18+<thead>
19+<tr>
20+<th width="20%">Who?</th>
21+<th width="20%">Where?</th>
22+<th width="60%">What?</th>
23+</tr>
24+</thead>
25+<tbody>
26+<tr>
27+<td>Stefan K&uuml;ng</td>
28+<td>Switzerland</td>
29+<td>Main programmer, does most of the work :)</td>
30+</tr>
31+
32+<tr>
33+<td>L&uuml;bbe Onken</td>
34+<td>Germany</td>
35+<td>Maintains the Websites (<a href="http://www.tortoisesvn.org/">Tigris</a>, <a href="http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net">Sourceforge</a>),
36+<a href="http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net/?q=faq">FAQ</a> and
37+<a href="http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net/?q=support">Docs</a>.
38+Takes care of the translations.
39+Never ending source of new ideas and main bug hunter. Icons and Logo</td>
40+</tr>
41+
42+<tr>
43+<td>Tim Kemp</td>
44+<td>United Kingdom</td>
45+<td>Project founder. Starting work on TortoiseSVN. Owner of the domain tortoisesvn.org</td>
46+</tr>
47+
48+</tbody>
49+</table>
50+</div>
51+
52+<div style="clear:both">
53+<h3>People who have worked on the project</h3>
54+<ul>
55+<li><b>Simon Large</b></li>
56+<li><b>Will Dean</b></li>
57+<li>Russell Hind (nightly builds)</li>
58+<li>Thomas Epting</li>
59+<li>Christian Richardt</li>
60+<li>Jon Foster</li>
61+<li>Stefan Fuhrmann</li>
62+<li>Dmitriy O Popkov</li>
63+<li>Jacques-Ange Albertini</li>
64+<li>Damian Powell</li>
65+<li>Ian McLean</li>
66+<li>Manuel Montoro</li>
67+<li>Nicolas Lehuen</li>
68+<li>Norbert Unterberg</li>
69+<li>Molle Bestefich</li>
70+<li>Matt Doran</li>
71+</ul>
72+</div>
73+
74+<div style="clear:both">
75+<h3>Translators</h3>
76+<div class="table">
77+<table summary="Translators" width="80%">
78+<thead>
79+<tr>
80+<th width="20%">Language</th>
81+<th width="80%">Who worked on it</th>
82+</tr>
83+</thead>
84+<tbody>
85+<tr>
86+ <td>Bosnian/Serbo-Croatian</td>
87+ <td>Boris Musa</td>
88+</tr>
89+<tr>
90+ <td>Brazilian Portuguese</td>
91+ <td><a href="http://www.crab.ufc.br">CRAb Group</a></td>
92+</tr>
93+<tr>
94+ <td>Bulgarian</td>
95+ <td>Milen A. Radev</td>
96+</tr>
97+<tr>
98+ <td>Chinese (traditional)</td>
99+ <td>Cecil Sheng</td>
100+</tr>
101+<tr>
102+ <td>Chinese (simplified)</td>
103+ <td>Ken Chew, Cobra Net</td>
104+</tr>
105+<tr>
106+ <td>Danish</td>
107+ <td>Jan Normann Nielsen, Gunther Strube</td>
108+</tr>
109+<tr>
110+ <td>Dutch</td>
111+ <td>Jean-Marc van Leerdam, Yves Reynhout</td>
112+</tr>
113+<tr>
114+ <td>Finnish</td>
115+ <td>Pekka Järvinen</td>
116+</tr>
117+<tr>
118+<tr>
119+ <td>French</td>
120+ <td>Olivier Booklage, Philippe Torche, Jean-Christophe Gigogne</td>
121+</tr>
122+<tr>
123+ <td>German</td>
124+ <td>L&uuml;bbe Onken</td>
125+</tr>
126+<tr>
127+ <td>Hungarian</td>
128+ <td>Szente-Varga Bálint</td>
129+</tr>
130+<tr>
131+ <td>Italian</td>
132+ <td>Luca Berti</td>
133+</tr>
134+<tr>
135+ <td>Japanese</td>
136+ <td>Daisuke Deguchi</td>
137+</tr>
138+<tr>
139+ <td>Korean</td>
140+ <td>Hojin Choi, Jaehong Lee</td>
141+</tr>
142+<tr>
143+ <td>Norwegian</td>
144+ <td>Jostein Andersen</td>
145+</tr>
146+<tr>
147+ <td>Polish</td>
148+ <td>Michal Mielniczuk</td>
149+</tr>
150+<tr>
151+ <td>Russian</td>
152+ <td>Dzmitry Lazerka, Alexander Leschinsky</td>
153+</tr>
154+<tr>
155+ <td>Spanish</td>
156+ <td>Fernando P. Nájera Cano, Antonio Romero Lopez</td>
157+</tr>
158+<tr>
159+ <td>Swedish</td>
160+ <td>Johan Stenqvist, Johan Appelgren</td>
161+</tr>
162+</tbody>
163+</table>
164+</div>
165+</div>
166+
167+<div style="clear:both">
168+<p>If you like to contribute to TortoiseSVN too or like to make the developer(s) happy then
169+You can either sending in patches and play an active role in development
170+or you can send us some presents. Take a look at the <a href="http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/donate.html">Donations</a> Page.</p>
171+</div>
172+</body>
173+</html>
--- trunk/www/docs.html (nonexistent)
+++ trunk/www/docs.html (revision 3864)
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1+<!doctype html public "-//w3c//dtd html 4.0 transitional//en">
2+<html>
3+<head>
4+ <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
5+ <meta http-equiv="REFRESH" content="5; URL=http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net/?q=support">
6+ <title>HTML REDIRECT</title>
7+</head>
8+<body>
9+
10+<h1>The documentation page has moved</h1>
11+
12+<p>
13+
14+Please update your bookmarks. The new page is at:
15+<font size=+1><a href="http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net/?q=support">http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net/?q=support</a></font>
16+
17+<br>You should be redirected to the new site in 5 seconds. Click
18+<a href="http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net/?q=support">here</a> to visit to the new site immediately.
19+
20+</p>
21+
22+</body>
23+</html>
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--- trunk/www/donate.html (nonexistent)
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1+<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
2+<html>
3+
4+<head>
5+ <title>Donate to the TortoiseSVN developers</title>
6+ <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html">
7+ <link rel="stylesheet" href="styles_html.css" type="text/css">
8+</head>
9+
10+<body>
11+
12+<div class="center">
13+<h1>Donate to the TortoiseSVN developers</h1>
14+</div>
15+
16+<p>If you like to contribute to TortoiseSVN too or like to make the developer(s)
17+happy then you can send us some presents.</p>
18+<p>While working on TortoiseSVN we love to listen to music. And since we work
19+many hours on the project we need a lot of music. Therefore we have set up some
20+wish-lists with our favourite music CD's.<br />
21+And sometimes we need a break to gather our thoughts, that's why the wish-lists
22+also have some DVD's in it. And if we really manage to switch off the PC, we
23+might even grab a book and start to read :-)</p>
24+
25+<p>Since we like a pretty layout, we created a Donation Matrix :-)</p>
26+<div class="table">
27+<table summary="donations">
28+ <tr>
29+ <th>&nbsp;</th>
30+ <th colspan="2">Amazon</th>
31+ <th colspan="2">PayPal</th>
32+ </tr>
33+ <tr>
34+ <th>&nbsp;</th>
35+ <th colspan="2">Books &amp; CDs &amp; DVDs</th>
36+ <th>USD</th>
37+ <th>Euro</th>
38+ </tr>
39+<tbody>
40+<tr>
41+ <td>Stefan (program)</td>
42+ <td>
43+ <a href="http://www.amazon.com/o/registry/17DKTOSXX1KJK"
44+ title="Get a present for Stefan at 'Amazon.com'">Amazon.com</a>
45+ </td>
46+ <td>
47+ <a href="http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/registry/26JA3LXZXY4TB/"
48+ title="Ein Geschenk für Stefan bei 'Amazon.de' kaufen">Amazon.de</a>
49+ </td>
50+ <td>
51+ <form action="https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr" method="post">
52+ <input type="hidden" name="cmd" value="_xclick">
53+ <input type="hidden" name="business" value="steveking@gmx.ch">
54+ <input type="hidden" name="item_name" value="Donation for TortoiseSVN">
55+ <input type="hidden" name="no_shipping" value="1">
56+ <input type="hidden" name="no_note" value="1">
57+ <input type="hidden" name="currency_code" value="USD">
58+ <input type="hidden" name="tax" value="0">
59+ <input type="image" src="https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/x-click-but21.gif" border="0" name="submit" alt="Donate to Stefan">
60+ </form>
61+ </td>
62+ <td>
63+ <form action="https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr" method="post">
64+ <input type="hidden" name="cmd" value="_xclick">
65+ <input type="hidden" name="business" value="steveking@gmx.ch">
66+ <input type="hidden" name="item_name" value="Donation for TortoiseSVN">
67+ <input type="hidden" name="no_shipping" value="1">
68+ <input type="hidden" name="no_note" value="1">
69+ <input type="hidden" name="currency_code" value="EUR">
70+ <input type="hidden" name="tax" value="0">
71+ <input type="image" src="https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/x-click-but21.gif" border="0" name="submit" alt="Donate to Stefan">
72+ </form>
73+ </td>
74+</tr>
75+<tr>
76+ <td>Lübbe (docs)</td>
77+ <td>
78+ <a href="http://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/13DTTC8JF4UD5"
79+ title="Get a present for Lübbe at 'Amazon.com'">Amazon.com</a>
80+ </td>
81+ <td>
82+ <a href="http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/registry/3IKWLV2U0TVUA/"
83+ title="Ein Geschenk für Lübbe bei 'Amazon.de' kaufen">Amazon.de</a>
84+ </td>
85+ <td>
86+ <form action="https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr" method="post">
87+ <input type="hidden" name="cmd" value="_xclick">
88+ <input type="hidden" name="business" value="luebbe@netzbeisser.de">
89+ <input type="hidden" name="item_name" value="Donation for TortoiseSVN">
90+ <input type="hidden" name="no_shipping" value="1">
91+ <input type="hidden" name="no_note" value="1">
92+ <input type="hidden" name="currency_code" value="USD">
93+ <input type="hidden" name="tax" value="0">
94+ <input type="image" src="https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/x-click-but21.gif" border="0" name="submit" alt="Donate to Lübbe">
95+ </form>
96+ </td>
97+ <td>
98+ <form action="https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr" method="post">
99+ <input type="hidden" name="cmd" value="_xclick">
100+ <input type="hidden" name="business" value="luebbe@netzbeisser.de">
101+ <input type="hidden" name="item_name" value="Donation for TortoiseSVN">
102+ <input type="hidden" name="no_shipping" value="1">
103+ <input type="hidden" name="no_note" value="1">
104+ <input type="hidden" name="currency_code" value="EUR">
105+ <input type="hidden" name="tax" value="0">
106+ <input type="image" src="https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/x-click-but21.gif" border="0" name="submit" alt="Donate to Lübbe">
107+ </form>
108+ </td>
109+</tr>
110+</tbody>
111+</table>
112+</div>
113+
114+<div class="center">
115+<p>
116+In case you don't know which one of us you want to donate, you can check out the
117+<a href="http://tortoisesvn.berlios.de/stats/">commit statistics</a>
118+to get an idea how much work each of us does.
119+</p>
120+</div>
121+
122+<div style="clear:both">
123+<h3>Donators</h3>
124+<div class="table">
125+<table summary="Donators" width="80%">
126+<thead>
127+<tr>
128+<th width="20%">Name</th>
129+<th width="20%">Country</th>
130+<th width="60%">Organization</th>
131+</tr>
132+</thead>
133+<tbody>
134+
135+<tr>
136+<td>Robert Taylor</td>
137+<td></td>
138+<td></td>
139+</tr>
140+
141+<tr>
142+<td>Michael Waddell</td>
143+<td></td>
144+<td></td>
145+</tr>
146+
147+<tr>
148+<td>Istvan Agoston</td>
149+<td></td>
150+<td></td>
151+</tr>
152+
153+<tr>
154+<td>Michael Ullrich</td>
155+<td></td>
156+<td></td>
157+</tr>
158+
159+<tr>
160+<td>Dave Van den Eynde</td>
161+<td>Belgium</td>
162+<td></td>
163+</tr>
164+
165+<tr>
166+<td>Ben Wong</td>
167+<td></td>
168+<td></td>
169+</tr>
170+
171+<tr>
172+<td>ThePCFriends.com Team</td>
173+<td></td>
174+<td><a href="http://www.thepcfriends.com/">http://www.thepcfriends.com/</a></td>
175+</tr>
176+
177+<tr>
178+<td>Mindlube Software</td>
179+<td></td>
180+<td><a href="http://www.mindlube.com">http://www.mindlube.com</a></td>
181+</tr>
182+
183+<tr>
184+<td>Robert H. Fletcher</td>
185+<td>USA</td>
186+<td></td>
187+</tr>
188+
189+<tr>
190+<td>Lyndell St Ville</td>
191+<td></td>
192+<td></td>
193+</tr>
194+
195+<tr>
196+<td>Jonas Oestman</td>
197+<td></td>
198+<td></td>
199+</tr>
200+
201+<tr>
202+<td>Peter DeGregorio</td>
203+<td></td>
204+<td></td>
205+</tr>
206+
207+<tr>
208+<td>Shrishail Rana</td>
209+<td></td>
210+<td></td>
211+</tr>
212+
213+<tr>
214+<td>G. Richard Bellamy</td>
215+<td></td>
216+<td></td>
217+</tr>
218+
219+<tr>
220+<td>Thomas Larsen</td>
221+<td></td>
222+<td></td>
223+</tr>
224+
225+<tr>
226+<td>Norman Young</td>
227+<td></td>
228+<td></td>
229+</tr>
230+
231+<tr>
232+<td>Greg Stevenson</td>
233+<td>USA</td>
234+<td></td>
235+</tr>
236+
237+<tr>
238+<td>Marcel Kloubert</td>
239+<td></td>
240+<td></td>
241+</tr>
242+
243+<tr>
244+<td>Conrad Poelman</td>
245+<td>USA</td>
246+<td></td>
247+</tr>
248+
249+<tr>
250+<td>Rafael Calderon</td>
251+<td></td>
252+<td></td>
253+</tr>
254+
255+</tbody>
256+</table>
257+</div>
258+
259+<h3>Donators before 1.2 release</h3>
260+<div class="table">
261+<table summary="Donators" width="80%">
262+<thead>
263+<tr>
264+<th width="20%">Name</th>
265+<th width="20%">Country</th>
266+<th width="60%">Organization</th>
267+</tr>
268+</thead>
269+<tbody>
270+
271+<tr>
272+<td>Peter Loch</td>
273+<td></td>
274+<td><a href="http://www.easy2000.net">easy2000 Software</a></td>
275+</tr>
276+
277+<tr>
278+<td>Jason Swartz</td>
279+<td></td>
280+<td></td>
281+</tr>
282+
283+<tr>
284+<td>Instill Vision</td>
285+<td></td>
286+<td></td>
287+</tr>
288+
289+<tr>
290+<td>Rene Serradeil</td>
291+<td>Germany</td>
292+<td></td>
293+</tr>
294+
295+<tr>
296+<td>Les Matheson</td>
297+<td></td>
298+<td></td>
299+</tr>
300+
301+<tr>
302+<td>Kai-Wen Chung</td>
303+<td></td>
304+<td></td>
305+</tr>
306+
307+<tr>
308+<td>Lothar Mausz</td>
309+<td>Austria</td>
310+<td><a href="http://www.go-mobile.at">http://www.go-mobile.at</a></td>
311+</tr>
312+
313+<tr>
314+<td>Jianbo Gao</td>
315+<td></td>
316+<td></td>
317+</tr>
318+
319+<tr>
320+<td>Lucas Breedveld</td>
321+<td></td>
322+<td></td>
323+</tr>
324+
325+<tr>
326+<td>Martin Mueller</td>
327+<td></td>
328+<td></td>
329+</tr>
330+
331+<tr>
332+<td>Brian Huddleston</td>
333+<td></td>
334+<td></td>
335+</tr>
336+
337+<tr>
338+<td>Christopher DeGuise</td>
339+<td>USA</td>
340+<td></td>
341+</tr>
342+
343+<tr>
344+<td>Irvin Shapiro</td>
345+<td></td>
346+<td></td>
347+</tr>
348+
349+<tr>
350+<td>Nick Gilbert</td>
351+<td></td>
352+<td></td>
353+</tr>
354+
355+<tr>
356+<td>John Jarvis</td>
357+<td>Canada</td>
358+<td></td>
359+</tr>
360+
361+<tr>
362+<td>Robert Wetzold</td>
363+<td>Germany</td>
364+<td><a href="http://www.fibotrader.com">www.fibotrader.com</a></td>
365+</tr>
366+
367+<tr>
368+<td>Kevin J Baird</td>
369+<td></td>
370+<td></td>
371+</tr>
372+
373+<tr>
374+<td>Justin Randall</td>
375+<td>USA</td>
376+<td></td>
377+</tr>
378+
379+<tr>
380+<td>Timothy Peierls</td>
381+<td>USA</td>
382+<td></td>
383+</tr>
384+
385+<tr>
386+<td>Tianzhen Lin</td>
387+<td></td>
388+<td></td>
389+</tr>
390+
391+<tr>
392+<td>John Jarvis</td>
393+<td></td>
394+<td></td>
395+</tr>
396+
397+<tr>
398+<td>Thomas Zehetner</td>
399+<td>Austria</td>
400+<td><a href="http://www.pcfreunde.de">www.pcfreunde.de</a></td>
401+</tr>
402+
403+<tr>
404+<td>Achim Schweisguth</td>
405+<td>Germany</td>
406+<td></td>
407+</tr>
408+
409+<tr>
410+<td>Justin Randall</td>
411+<td></td>
412+<td></td>
413+</tr>
414+
415+<tr>
416+<td>Martin Serrano</td>
417+<td></td>
418+<td></td>
419+</tr>
420+
421+<tr>
422+<td>James Ryley</td>
423+<td></td>
424+<td><a href="http://www.freepatentsonline.com/">http://www.freepatentsonline.com/</a></td>
425+</tr>
426+
427+<tr>
428+<td>Point Line Plane Design Co.</td>
429+<td></td>
430+<td><a href="http://pointlineplane.ca/">http://pointlineplane.ca/</a></td>
431+</tr>
432+
433+<tr>
434+<td>Glen S. Dayton</td>
435+<td>USA</td>
436+<td><a href="http://www.sagent.com">Sagent Group</a></td>
437+</tr>
438+
439+<tr>
440+<td>Stefan Kanarski</td>
441+<td>Germany</td>
442+<td></td>
443+</tr>
444+
445+<tr>
446+<td>Denis Molina Dominguez</td>
447+<td>Germany</td>
448+<td></td>
449+</tr>
450+
451+<tr>
452+<td>William Fairman</td>
453+<td></td>
454+<td></td>
455+</tr>
456+
457+<tr>
458+<td>Stuart MacKenzie</td>
459+<td></td>
460+<td></td>
461+</tr>
462+
463+<tr>
464+<td>STCU</td>
465+<td></td>
466+<td><a href="http://www.stcu.org">www.stcu.org</a></td>
467+</tr>
468+
469+<tr>
470+<td>Markus Hannebauer</td>
471+<td>Germany</td>
472+<td><a href="http://www.think-cell.com">think-cell Software</a></td>
473+</tr>
474+
475+<tr>
476+<td>Timothy Peierls</td>
477+<td></td>
478+<td></td>
479+</tr>
480+
481+<tr>
482+<td>Abraham Fowler</td>
483+<td></td>
484+<td></td>
485+</tr>
486+
487+<tr>
488+<td>Roland Leupi</td>
489+<td>Switzerland</td>
490+<td></td>
491+</tr>
492+
493+<tr>
494+<td>Peter Theill</td>
495+<td></td>
496+<td></td>
497+</tr>
498+
499+<tr>
500+<td>Matthew Mullenweg</td>
501+<td></td>
502+<td></td>
503+</tr>
504+
505+<tr>
506+<td>Nicola Ken Barozzi</td>
507+<td></td>
508+<td></td>
509+</tr>
510+
511+<tr>
512+<td>Competent Technologies Inc.</td>
513+<td></td>
514+<td><a href="http://www.competent.com">http://www.competent.com</a></td>
515+</tr>
516+
517+<tr>
518+<td>Richard Robson</td>
519+<td></td>
520+<td></td>
521+</tr>
522+
523+<tr>
524+<td>Matthew Grooms</td>
525+<td>USA</td>
526+<td></td>
527+</tr>
528+
529+<tr>
530+<td>Salman Khatri</td>
531+<td>USA</td>
532+<td><a href="http://www.macquarium.com/">Macquarium, Inc</a></td>
533+</tr>
534+
535+<tr>
536+<td>Richard Haber</td>
537+<td>USA</td>
538+<td></td>
539+</tr>
540+
541+<tr>
542+<td>Spaleon.com</td>
543+<td></td>
544+<td></td>
545+</tr>
546+
547+<tr>
548+<td>Phil Caetano</td>
549+<td>Canada</td>
550+<td></td>
551+</tr>
552+
553+<tr>
554+<td>Alexandre Gorbatchev</td>
555+<td>Canada</td>
556+<td></td>
557+</tr>
558+
559+<tr>
560+<td>Jozsef Hontvari</td>
561+<td>Hungary</td>
562+<td><a href="http://www.flyordie.com">FlyOrDie.com</a></td>
563+</tr>
564+
565+<tr>
566+<td>Mark Johnson</td>
567+<td></td>
568+<td></td>
569+</tr>
570+
571+<tr>
572+<td>Jens Scheidtmann</td>
573+<td>Germany</td>
574+<td></td>
575+</tr>
576+
577+<tr>
578+<td>Mark Brown</td>
579+<td></td>
580+<td></td>
581+</tr>
582+
583+<tr>
584+<td>Denis Linine</td>
585+<td></td>
586+<td></td>
587+</tr>
588+
589+<tr>
590+<td>George Wieggers</td>
591+<td>Netherlands</td>
592+<td></td>
593+</tr>
594+
595+<tr>
596+<td>Kostas Pyliouras</td>
597+<td>Germany</td>
598+<td></td>
599+</tr>
600+
601+<tr>
602+<td>Paul Nguyen</td>
603+<td></td>
604+<td></td>
605+</tr>
606+
607+<tr>
608+<td>Ervin Walter</td>
609+<td>USA</td>
610+<td></td>
611+</tr>
612+
613+<tr>
614+<td>Richard Jernigan</td>
615+<td></td>
616+<td></td>
617+</tr>
618+
619+<tr>
620+<td>Peter Mergaerts</td>
621+<td></td>
622+<td></td>
623+</tr>
624+
625+<tr>
626+<td>Greg Vander Rhodes</td>
627+<td></td>
628+<td></td>
629+</tr>
630+
631+<tr>
632+<td>Shannon Holland</td>
633+<td></td>
634+<td></td>
635+</tr>
636+
637+<tr>
638+<td>Hisashi Fujieda</td>
639+<td></td>
640+<td></td>
641+</tr>
642+
643+<tr>
644+<td>Kenneth Gangstoe</td>
645+<td></td>
646+<td></td>
647+</tr>
648+
649+<tr>
650+<td>Don Dayley</td>
651+<td></td>
652+<td></td>
653+</tr>
654+
655+<tr>
656+<td>Graham Knight</td>
657+<td></td>
658+<td></td>
659+</tr>
660+
661+<tr>
662+<td>Sebastian Witt</td>
663+<td></td>
664+<td></td>
665+</tr>
666+
667+<tr>
668+<td>Michael &amp; Joel</td>
669+<td>USA</td>
670+<td><a href="http://www.fogcreek.com">Fog Creek Software</a></td>
671+</tr>
672+
673+<tr>
674+<td>Bruce R. Modick</td>
675+<td>USA</td>
676+<td></td>
677+</tr>
678+
679+<tr>
680+<td>Sean Moss-Pultz</td>
681+<td>USA</td>
682+<td></td>
683+</tr>
684+
685+<tr>
686+<td>Ian Bevan</td>
687+<td>New Zealand</td>
688+<td></td>
689+</tr>
690+
691+<tr>
692+<td>Christian Schaffner</td>
693+<td>Switzerland</td>
694+<td></td>
695+</tr>
696+
697+<tr>
698+<td>Eric Hanchrow</td>
699+<td>USA</td>
700+<td></td>
701+</tr>
702+
703+<tr>
704+<td>Jim Sokoloff</td>
705+<td>USA</td>
706+<td></td>
707+</tr>
708+
709+<tr>
710+<td>Craig Findlay</td>
711+<td>Australia</td>
712+<td></td>
713+</tr>
714+
715+<tr>
716+<td>Wolfgang Deutsch</td>
717+<td>Austria</td>
718+<td></td>
719+</tr>
720+
721+<tr>
722+<td>Greg Martyn</td>
723+<td>USA</td>
724+<td></td>
725+</tr>
726+
727+<tr>
728+<td>Reinhard Engmann</td>
729+<td>Germany</td>
730+<td></td>
731+</tr>
732+
733+</tbody>
734+</table>
735+</div>
736+
737+<div style="clear:both">
738+
739+<p>
740+If you want to see who worked on the project, check our
741+<a href="http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/contributors.html">contributors page</a>
742+</p>
743+<p>
744+<!-- Begin Nedstat Basic code -->
745+<!-- Title: tortoisesvn: Content -->
746+<!-- URL: http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/donate.html -->
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748+</script>
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1+<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
2+<html>
3+
4+<head>
5+ <title>TortoiseSVN Downloads</title>
6+ <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html">
7+ <link rel="stylesheet" href="styles_html.css" type="text/css">
8+</head>
9+
10+<body>
11+
12+<h2>TortoiseSVN Downloads</h2>
13+
14+<div style="color: black; font-weight: bold; background-color: #ff9">
15+<p>Please <a href=/donate.html>support</a> our project! </p>
16+</div>
17+
18+<p>Found a bug? Follow the instructions <a href="/reportbugs.html">here</a> to report it. </p>
19+
20+<div class="table">
21+<table summary="Downloads" width="90%">
22+<tr>
23+<th>TortoiseSVN and TortoiseMerge
24+</th>
25+<th colspan="3">Download</th>
26+</tr>
27+<tr>
28+<th>with English User interface and help file</th>
29+<th></th>
30+</tr>
31+<tbody>
32+<tr>
33+<td width="82%">Read the release notes and changelog to find out what's new in version 1.2.0</td>
34+<td width="18%"><a href="/tsvn_1.2_releasenotes.html">Release Notes</a><br>
35+<a href="http://svn.collab.net/repos/tortoisesvn/tags/version_1.2.0/src/Changelog.txt">ChangeLog.txt</a></td>
36+</tr>
37+
38+<tr>
39+<td>To check for client/server <b>compatibility</b>, see</td>
40+<td><a href="/compatibility.html">Compatibility</a></td>
41+</tr>
42+
43+
44+<tr>
45+<td>Version 1.2.0.3602 for Win2k/XP (8.2 MB)</td>
46+<td><a href="http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/files/documents/406/23442/TortoiseSVN-1.2.0-svn-1.2.0.msi">Download</a></td>
47+</tr>
48+<tr>
49+<td>In case of download problems, the installer is also mirrored on Sourceforge</td>
50+<td><a href="http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=138498">Sourceforge.net</a></td>
51+</tr>
52+
53+<tr>
54+<td>Version 1.2.0.3602 for Win2k/XP (7.7 MB) <b>(special version! We provide NO support for this!)</b> uses _svn folders instead of .svn
55+to work around the VS.NET bug with web projects. If you don't use web projects then please use the official version.
56+Note: working copies created by this version are <b>incompatible</b> with other Subversion clients!</td>
57+<td><a href="http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/files/documents/406/23445/TortoiseSVN-1.2.0.3602-VS.NET-ASP.NET-svn-1.2.0.msi">Download</a></td>
58+</tr>
59+
60+<tr>
61+<td>Nightly Builds. For testing only. Please read the <a href="https://svn.collab.net/repos/tortoisesvn/trunk/NightlyBuild.txt">Readme.txt</a> file before you start using those!</td>
62+<td><a href="http://mapcar.org/tsvn-snapshots/latest/">Mapcar.org</a></td>
63+</tr>
64+
65+<tr>
66+<td>Archive of older versions</td>
67+<td><a href="http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/servlets/ProjectDocumentList?folderID=908">Archive</a></td>
68+</tr>
69+
70+</tbody>
71+
72+<tr>
73+<th>Spell Checker Modules</th>
74+</tr>
75+<tbody>
76+
77+<tr>
78+<td>TortoiseSVN can use spell checker modules also used in <a href="http://www.openoffice.org">OpenOffice</a> and
79+<a href="http://www.mozilla.org">Mozilla</a> for checking the commit log messages. Read about how to install them in our
80+<a href="/docs/TortoiseSVN_en/ch01s04.html">docs</a>.</td>
81+<td><a href="http://lingucomponent.openoffice.org/spell_dic.html">OpenOffice.org</a></td>
82+</tr>
83+</tbody>
84+
85+<tr>
86+<th>Language Packs for 1.2.0</th>
87+</tr>
88+<tbody>
89+
90+<tr>
91+<td>The language packs can be downloaded from Sourceforge</td>
92+<td><a href="http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=138498">Sourceforge.net</a></td>
93+</tr>
94+
95+</tbody>
96+
97+<tr>
98+<th>Misc Tools</th>
99+</tr>
100+<tbody>
101+<tr>
102+<td>SubWCRev.exe: a small command line tool which you can use in your build steps. It takes a file
103+as an argument and replaces all &quot;$WCREV$&quot; strings with the revision of your working copy. This is useful if you want to include
104+the Subversion revision in the version of your project. If you need an example, check out the TortoiseSVN source and/or have a look at the small
105+<a href="http://svn.collab.net/repos/tortoisesvn/tags/version_1.2.0/doc/source/en/SubWCRev.txt">help file</a>. Note: If you have TortoiseSVN installed,
106+you can find this tool in the TortoiseSVN installation folder!</td>
107+<td><a href="http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/files/documents/406/11829/SubWCRev.zip">tigris.org</a></td>
108+</tr>
109+</tbody>
110+
111+</table>
112+</div>
113+
114+<div style="clear:both">
115+<div class="alert">
116+<p>Note: you may have to deactivate download accelerators</p>
117+</div>
118+</div>
119+
120+</body>
121+</html>
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1+ <p>Please <a href="/donate.html">support</a> this project!</p>
2+ <img alt="TortoiseSVN Logo" src="tortoisesvn_logo_hor468x64.PNG">
3+ <p> TortoiseSVN is a <a href="http://subversion.tigris.org" target="top_">Subversion</a> client, implemented as a windows shell extension.
4+ The coolest Interface to (Sub)Version Control.</p>
5+ <img alt="TortoiseMerge Logo" src="tortoisemerge_logo_hor468x64.png">
6+ <p> TortoiseMerge is a diff viewer / patch program and part of TortoiseSVN.</p>
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11+</script>
12+<script language="JavaScript" type="text/javascript" >
13+<!--
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16+</script>
17+<noscript>
18+<a target="_blank" href="http://www.nedstatbasic.net/stats?AC5rlAqDIFiF7No+9lfIWzDJIZ1A"><img
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24+</noscript>
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26+
27+ <p> It is a really easy to use version control / source control client under a GPL license, i.e its free! <br>
28+ Since it's not an integration for a <em>specific</em> IDE you can use it with whatever development tool you like. </p>
29+ <p> If you're not sure if TortoiseSVN is the best SCM solution for you, check out the
30+ <a href="http://better-scm.berlios.de/comparison/comparison.html">SCM comparison</a>.
31+ <h3>Features of TortoiseSVN/Subversion</h3>
32+ <ul>
33+ <li> Windows Shell (Explorer) integration. Can be used without any IDE.</li>
34+ <li> Icon overlays show immediately which files/folders need to be uploaded (committed) to the database.</li>
35+ <li> Easy to use dialogs for version control operations </li>
36+ <li> The UI is available in different languages. </li>
37+ <li> </li>
38+ <li> Global revision numbers. You can get old versions of your <em>project</em> and not just single files.</li>
39+ <li> Atomic transactions. Interrupted operations don't affect the repository at all.</li>
40+ <li> </li>
41+ </ul>
42+ <IMG alt="Explorer Integration" src="images/ExplorerView1.png">
43+ <br>
44+ A sample of the explorer view integration.
45+ <h3>System Requirements</h3>
46+ <ul>
47+ <li>
48+ Win2k SP2 or WinXP, IE5.5 or later
49+ </li>
50+ </ul>
51+ <h3>Source code</h3>
52+ TortoiseSVN is hosted on a subversion repository. You can browse the sourcecode in your
53+ web browser from
54+ <a href="http://svn.collab.net/repos/tortoisesvn/trunk">http://svn.collab.net/repos/tortoisesvn/trunk</a>
55+ or you can check out a working copy using TortoiseSVN - just click on the Tortoise!
56+ <br />
57+ <a href="tsvn:https://svn.collab.net/repos/tortoisesvn/trunk"><img src="images/TortoiseCheckout.png"></a>
58+ <h3>Contributors</h3>
59+ If you like to know how many people are working on TortoiseSVN or just helping the developers
60+ then have a look the the list of <a href=http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/contributors.html>contributors</a>
61+ or check out our <a href=/donate.html>Donate</a> page.
62+ <h3>News</h3>
63+ <ul>
64+ <li>
65+ <p><b>1 June 2005 Version 1.2.0 of TortoiseSVN released! Built against Subversion 1.2.0</b><br>
66+ grab it from the <a href="/download.html">download page.</a></p>
67+ </li>
68+ <li>
69+ <p><b>5 May 2005 Version 1.1.7 of TortoiseSVN released! Built against Subversion 1.1.4</b><br>
70+ grab it from the <a href="/download.html">download page.</a></p>
71+ </li>
72+ <li>
73+ <p><b>4 May 2005 Version 1.1.6 of TortoiseSVN released! Built against Subversion 1.1.4</b><br>
74+ grab it from the <a href="/download.html">download page.</a></p>
75+ </li>
76+ <li>
77+ <p><b>7 April 2005 Version 1.1.5 of TortoiseSVN released! Built against Subversion 1.1.4</b><br>
78+ grab it from the <a href="/download.html">download page.</a></p>
79+ </li>
80+ <li>
81+ <p><b>2 April 2005 Version 1.1.4 of TortoiseSVN released! Built against Subversion 1.1.4</b><br>
82+ grab it from the <a href="/download.html">download page.</a></p>
83+ </li>
84+ <li>
85+ <p><b>20 January 2005 Version 1.1.3 of TortoiseSVN released! Built against Subversion 1.1.3</b><br>
86+ grab it from the <a href="/download.html">download page.</a></p>
87+ </li>
88+ <li>
89+ <p><b>23 December 2004 Version 1.1.2 of TortoiseSVN released! Built against Subversion 1.1.2</b><br>
90+ grab it from the <a href="/download.html">download page.</a></p>
91+ </li>
92+ <li>
93+ <p><b>24 October 2004 Version 1.1.1 of TortoiseSVN released! Built against Subversion 1.1.1</b><br>
94+ grab it from the <a href="/download.html">download page.</a></p>
95+ </li>
96+ <li>
97+ <p><b>1 October 2004 Version 1.1.0 of TortoiseSVN released! Built against Subversion 1.1.0</b><br>
98+ grab it from the <a href="/download.html">download page.</a></p>
99+ </li>
100+ <li>
101+ <p><b>15 September 2004 Version 1.1.0RC2 of TortoiseSVN released! Built against Subversion 1.1.0RC3</b><br>
102+ grab it from the <a href="/download.html">download page.</a></p>
103+ </li>
104+ <li>
105+ <p><b>11 August 2004 Version 1.1.0RC1 of TortoiseSVN released! Built against Subversion 1.1.0RC2</b><br>
106+ grab it from the <a href="/download.html">download page.</a></p>
107+ </li>
108+ <li>
109+ <p><b>22 July 2004 Version 1.0.8 of TortoiseSVN released! Built against Subversion 1.0.6</b><br>
110+ grab it from the <a href="/download.html">download page.</a></p>
111+ </li>
112+ <li>
113+ <p><b>20 July 2004 Version 1.0.7 of TortoiseSVN released! Built against Subversion 1.0.6</b><br>
114+ grab it from the <a href="/download.html">download page.</a></p>
115+ </li>
116+ <li>
117+ <p><b>30 May 2004 Version 1.0.6 of TortoiseSVN released! Built against Subversion 1.0.4</b><br>
118+ grab it from the <a href="/download.html">download page.</a></p>
119+ </li>
120+ </ul>
121+ <h3>Related resources</h3>
122+ <UL>
123+ <li>
124+ All hail the mighty <a href="http://subversion.tigris.org">Subversion version
125+ control system</a>
126+ <li>
127+ Don't forget to checkout <a href="http://www.tortoisecvs.org">TortoiseCVS</a>,
128+ the inspiration and base for this project, thanks guys!</li></UL>
129+ <hr noshade>
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1+<h1>TortoiseSVN Mailing Lists</h1>
2+
3+<h2>Mailing List Etiquette</h2>
4+
5+<p>A little bit of common sense should make it unneccessary to place this
6+etiquette here, but since many people don't seem to know some basic rules...
7+<div class="alert">
8+Here they are:
9+<ul>
10+<li>Answers go only to the mailing-list. If you don't want to subscribe to the
11+ list, you can read the answers in the archives (see below) or ask that the
12+ answers get CC'ed to you directly.</li>
13+<li>Don't mail the project owners directly. We are going to ditch these mails.</li>
14+<li>Answer below the quote.</li>
15+<li>Delete unnecessary text (signatures) in the quote.</li>
16+<li>No full quoting. Keep just enough of the original text so that others can
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18+<li>If you want to change to a different topic, create a new thread.
19+Don't just answer another message and replace the subject.</li>
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24+ expect anyone to even open such a document.</li>
25+<li>Don't ask for mail receipts.</li>
26+<li>Don't send "out-of-office" replies or other autoresponder messages to the list.</li>
27+</ul>
28+for further reading see:
29+<ul>
30+<li><a href="http://learn.to/quote">How To Quote</a>.</li>
31+<li><a href="http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html">How To Ask Questions The Smart Way</a></li>
32+</ul>
33+</div>
34+Thanks.
35+</p>
36+<p>
37+Before you ask questions on the mailing list, please have a look at our archives:
38+<a href="http://news.gmane.org/gmane.comp.version-control.subversion.tortoisesvn.devel">gmane</a>
39+or on <a href="http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/servlets/SummarizeList?listName=dev">tigris.org</a>
40+or on <a href="http://svn.haxx.se/tsvn">haxx</a>.
41+<br>
42+If you are requesting a new feature or reporting a bug, take a look in our
43+<a href="http://tortoisesvn.berlios.de/issues/index.php?order=id&sort=desc&status=all">issue tracker</a>
44+first to see if someone else got there before you.
45+<br>
46+Now you're ready to ask questions on our <a href="mailto:dev@tortoisesvn.tigris.org">mailing list</a>.
47+<br>
48+To subscribe/unsubscribe our different mailing lists see <a href="/servlets/ProjectMailingListList">here</a>.
49+</p>
50+<p>
51+If your company attaches a so called disclaimer to every mail, please contact your
52+IT department and ask them to remove it. If you don't know how to convince them, just ask them to
53+replace the disclaimer with this one:
54+</p>
55+<p>
56+<i>
57+We don't know how to use the security and encryption features of
58+our e-mail server. We are so confused that we cannot even be
59+certain that this e-mail was delivered to the proper person. So,
60+if you received this e-mail because of our incompetence, please
61+delete it and notify us as soon as possible. Notice that this is
62+being written in the most scary legalistic way, so no one notices
63+how incompetent we are.
64+</i>
65+</p>
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1+Index: interface.c
2+===================================================================
3+--- interface.c (revision 7)
4++++ interface.c (revision 8)
5+@@ -238,14 +238,38 @@
6+ {
7+ char *decoded;
8+
9+- *decodelength = apr_base64_decode_len(data);
10+- decoded = apr_palloc(p, *decodelength);
11++ /* -VB- 04/15/2003
12++ Bug fix. Old code calculated length of the decoded string incorrectly, because
13++ apr_base64_decode_len seems to be designed to estimate memory necessary for a decoding
14++ buffer and so over estimates the needed size. The proof is the last line of apr_base64_decode_len
15++ "return nbytesdecoded + 1;" which means we always get the extra byte at the end.
16++
17++ This explains why SSPI token authentication worked while basic authentication was extremely flaky.
18++
19++ The code would work fine for SSPI token authentications because those tokens usually have
20++ either predetermined sizes or length is specified inside the token itself. However, for
21++ basic authentication the string of the form "username:password" would end up looking
22++ "username:password{up to 3 bytes of random data}". If the first character happened to be '\0'
23++ everything worked fine and would fail otherwise, as the password would not be correct.
24++ */
25++
26++
27++ // -VB- 04/15/2003
28++ // Initialize value, just in case
29++ *decodelength = 0;
30++
31++ // -VB- 04/15/2003
32++ // Make sure to allocate enough memory plus a byte for terminating '\0'
33++ // Don't rely on apr_base64_decode_len to allocate that extra byte since
34++ // nowhere in documentation is guaranties that.
35++ decoded = apr_palloc(p, apr_base64_decode_len(data) + 1);
36+
37+ if (decoded != NULL) {
38+- if (apr_base64_decode_binary(decoded, data) > 0) {
39+- decoded[(*decodelength) - 1] = '\0';
40+- return decoded;
41+- }
42++ // -VB- 04/15/2003
43++ // Now save the read decoded size and add a terminating 0
44++ *decodelength = apr_base64_decode_binary(decoded, data);
45++ decoded[(*decodelength)] = '\0';
46++ return decoded;
47+ }
48+
49+ return NULL;
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+++ trunk/www/project_issues.html (revision 3864)
@@ -0,0 +1,60 @@
1+<h1>TortoiseSVN Issue Tracker</h1>
2+
3+<h2>Issue Tracker Guidelines</h2>
4+
5+<p>As TortoiseSVN continues to mature, and as it gains attention from
6+ new users, folks will inevitably find bugs in, or come up with
7+ enhancements that they would like to see made to, the software.
8+ The TortoiseSVN community welcomes such requests for enhancements
9+ and reports of bugs. However, we ask that you follow a few
10+ guidelines with respect to the issue filing process.</p>
11+
12+<div class="alert" style="color: red; font-weight: bold">
13+<p>Before filing an issue in the Issue Tracker, please:</p>
14+
15+<ul>
16+ <li>Make sure that you've read the <a href="http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net/?q=support">TortoiseSVN documentation</a>,
17+ and the <a href="http://svnbook.red-bean.com/">Subversion book</a> to verify
18+ that you are using the software appropriately, and to determine if any
19+ problems you are seeing are perhaps not bugs, but "pilot errors".</li>
20+ <li>Search the <a href="/list_etiquette.html">mailing list</a>
21+ if your problem has been discussed before</li>
22+ <li>Check out our <a href="http://svn.collab.net/repos/tortoisesvn/trunk/src/Changelog.txt">changelog</a>
23+ - maybe we have already fixed the bug you want to report or added the feature you're requesting.</li>
24+ <li>Send email to the <a href="/list_etiquette.html">development list</a>
25+ fully describing the enhancement or bug that brought you here today.
26+ That will give the community a chance to ask questions of you, so that
27+ we can fully understand your concern.</li>
28+ <li>Do you have permission from the developers to file an issue?</li>
29+</ul>
30+</div>
31+
32+<p>When mailing the <a href="/list_etiquette.html">development list</a>
33+ with a concern, make sure that
34+ your e-mail describes your bug or enhancement fully. Provide
35+ details about the versions of the relevant software (TortoiseSVN,
36+ Apache, neon, etc.) that you are using, about your windows version
37+ , and about any other thing that might seem pertinent to the
38+ issue. If you can provide a script which consistently reproduces a
39+ problem, that can be incredibly helpful to those evaluating and/or
40+ working on your issue.</p>
41+
42+<p>After mailing the development list, you should expect your concern
43+ to be addressed with relative immediacy. That is, within a few
44+ days, you should get feedback on your mail. If indeed you have
45+ found a new bug in TortoiseSVN, or if your enhancement request is
46+ feasible, you will likely be asked to return here and file a new
47+ issue in the Issue Tracker.</p>
48+
49+<h2>Enter the Issue Tracker</h2>
50+
51+<p>Before you proceed any further: do you have the permission of
52+ at least one of the developers to file an issue?<br>
53+ If you don't have the permission and you file an issue don't be
54+ surprised if we get cranky!<br>
55+ And so, with further ado, we give you the
56+ TortoiseSVN <a
57+ href="/servlets/ProjectIssues">Issue
58+ Tracker</a>, to seach for an issue or you can jump to the List of <a
59+ href="/issues/buglist.cgi?component=tortoisesvn&issue_status=UNCONFIRMED&issue_status=NEW&issue_status=STARTED&issue_status=REOPENED">
60+ Open Issues</a> immediately.</p>
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1+:. <a class="nav" href="/download.html">Download</a> .:
2+:. <a class="nav" href="http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net/?q=support">Support</a> .:
3+:. <a class="nav" href="http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net/?q=faq">FAQ</a> .:
4+:. <a class="nav" href="http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net/?q=translate">Translations</a> .:
5+:. <a class="nav" href="/project_status.html">Status</a> .:
6+:. <a class="nav" href="/donate.html">Donate</a> .:
7+:. <a class="nav" href="/reportbugs.html">Report Bug</a> .:
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1+<center>
2+ <h2>Status</h2>
3+</center>
4+<h3>Development Roadmap</h3>
5+<blockquote>
6+ <P>
7+ <font color="green"><b>Upcoming</b></font>:
8+ </P>
9+ <UL>
10+ <LI>
11+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.2.1</STRONG> (TBD):
12+ </LI>
13+ <LI>
14+ <a href="http://svn.collab.net/repos/tortoisesvn/trunk/src/Changelog.txt">current changlog</a>
15+ </LI>
16+ </UL>
17+</blockquote><blockquote>
18+ <P>
19+ <font color="green"><b>Done</b></font>:
20+ </P>
21+ <UL>
22+ <LI>
23+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.2.0</STRONG> (1.06.05):
24+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
25+ </LI>
26+ <LI>
27+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.7</STRONG> (5.05.05):
28+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
29+ </LI>
30+ <LI>
31+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.6</STRONG> (4.05.05):
32+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
33+ </LI>
34+ <LI>
35+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.5</STRONG> (7.04.05):
36+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
37+ </LI>
38+ <LI>
39+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.4</STRONG> (2.04.05):
40+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
41+ </LI>
42+ <LI>
43+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.3</STRONG> (20.01.05):
44+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
45+ </LI>
46+ <LI>
47+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.2</STRONG> (23.12.04):
48+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
49+ </LI>
50+ <LI>
51+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.1</STRONG> (24.10.04):
52+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
53+ </LI>
54+ <LI>
55+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.0</STRONG> (1.10.04):
56+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
57+ </LI>
58+ <LI>
59+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.0RC2</STRONG> (15.09.04):
60+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
61+ </LI>
62+ <LI>
63+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.0RC1</STRONG> (11.08.04):
64+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
65+ </LI>
66+ <LI>
67+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.0.8</STRONG> (22.07.04):
68+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
69+ </LI>
70+ <LI>
71+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.0.7</STRONG> (20.07.04):
72+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
73+ </LI>
74+ <LI>
75+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.0.6</STRONG> (30.05.04):
76+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
77+ </LI>
78+ <LI>
79+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.0.5</STRONG> (23.05.04):
80+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
81+ </LI>
82+ <LI>
83+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.0.4</STRONG> (08.05.04):
84+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
85+ </LI>
86+ <LI>
87+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.0.3</STRONG> (26.03.04):
88+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
89+ </LI>
90+ <LI>
91+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.0.2</STRONG> (21.03.04):
92+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
93+ </LI>
94+ <LI>
95+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.0.1</STRONG> (14.03.04):
96+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
97+ </LI>
98+ <LI>
99+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.0</STRONG> (23.02.04):
100+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
101+ </LI>
102+ <LI>
103+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.26</STRONG> (28.01.04):
104+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
105+ </LI>
106+ <LI>
107+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.24</STRONG> (23.12.03):
108+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
109+ </LI>
110+ <LI>
111+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.23</STRONG> (10.12.03):
112+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
113+ </LI>
114+ <LI>
115+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.22.1</STRONG> (19.11.03):
116+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
117+ </LI>
118+ <LI>
119+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.22</STRONG> (17.11.03):
120+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
121+ </LI>
122+ <LI>
123+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.21</STRONG> (26.10.03):
124+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
125+ </LI>
126+ <LI>
127+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.20</STRONG> (09.10.03):
128+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
129+ </LI>
130+ <LI>
131+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.19</STRONG> (26.09.03):
132+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
133+ </LI>
134+ <LI>
135+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.18</STRONG> (07.09.03):
136+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
137+ </LI>
138+ <LI>
139+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.17</STRONG> (28.08.03):
140+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
141+ </LI>
142+ <LI>
143+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.16</STRONG> (16.08.03):
144+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
145+ </LI>
146+ <LI>
147+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.15.2</STRONG> (28.07.03):
148+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
149+ </LI>
150+ <LI>
151+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.15.1</STRONG> (26.07.03):
152+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
153+ </LI>
154+ <LI>
155+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.14</STRONG> (13.07.03):
156+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
157+ </LI>
158+ <LI>
159+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.12.1</STRONG> (25.06.03):
160+ <P>Bugfix release. See changelog for details.</P>
161+ </LI>
162+ <LI>
163+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.12</STRONG> (24.06.03):
164+ <P>Bugfix release. See changelog for details.</P>
165+ </LI>
166+ <LI>
167+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.11.2</STRONG> (21.05.03):
168+ <P>Bugfix release. See changelog for details.</P>
169+ </LI>
170+ <LI>
171+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.11</STRONG> (20.05.03):
172+ <P>see changelog for details.</P>
173+ </LI>
174+ <LI>
175+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.9.2</STRONG> (21.04.03):
176+ <P>Bugfix release. See changelog for details.</P>
177+ </LI>
178+ <LI>
179+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.9.1</STRONG> (17.04.03):
180+ <P>Bugfix release. See changelog for details.</P>
181+ </LI>
182+ <LI>
183+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.9</STRONG> (16.04.03):
184+ <P>see changelog for details.</P>
185+ </LI>
186+ <LI>
187+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.8.1</STRONG> (25.03.03):
188+ <P>see changelog for details.</P>
189+ </LI>
190+ <LI>
191+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.8</STRONG> (21.03.03):
192+ <P>see changelog for details.</P>
193+ </LI>
194+ <LI>
195+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.7</STRONG> (27.02.03):
196+ <P>see changelog for details.</P>
197+ </LI>
198+ <LI>
199+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.6.1</STRONG> (27.02.03):
200+ <P>see changelog for details.</P>
201+ </LI>
202+ <LI>
203+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.6</STRONG> (20.02.03):
204+ <P>see changelog for details.</P>
205+ </LI>
206+ <LI>
207+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.5</STRONG> (01.02.03):
208+ <P>fixed all reported bugs. See the changelog for details.</P>
209+ </LI>
210+ <LI>
211+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.4</STRONG> (24.01.03):
212+ <P>first public release. Release date linked with subversion 0.17</P>
213+ </LI>
214+ <LI>
215+ <STRONG>Milestone 0.3: </STRONG>
216+ <P>- ENH: log messages are now received from the HEAD of the repository
217+ and not from the workingcopy revision on.</P>
218+ <P>- BUG: properties page in explorer crashed when a non versioned item
219+ inside a versioned directory was selected.</P>
220+ <P>- BUG: crash in Win95/98/Me because of 'normal' parameter instead of unicode.</P>
221+ <P>- ENH: new command in log window to compare the working copy with an older revision.</P>
222+ </LI>
223+ <LI>
224+ <STRONG>Milestone 0.2: </STRONG>
225+ <P>Commit and Status commands available from right click menu</P>
226+ </LI>
227+ <LI>
228+ <STRONG>Milestone 0.1</STRONG> :
229+ <P>File Status (Up to date, modified, conflicts) displayed in Windows explorer as
230+ icon overlays and Checkout, Update commands available from right click menu</P>
231+ </LI>
232+ </UL>
233+</blockquote>
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+++ trunk/www/project_tools.html (revision 3864)
@@ -0,0 +1,22 @@
1+<!-- this overrides the lefthand navigation bar on
2+ subversion.tigris.org
3+ -->
4+
5+<div><a href="/download.html">Download</a></div>
6+<div><a href="http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net/?q=support">Support</a></div>
7+<div><a href="http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net/?q=faq">FAQ</a></div>
8+<div><a href="http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net/?q=translation">Translations</a></div>
9+<div><a href="/project_status.html">Status</a></div>
10+<div><a href="/donate.html">Donate</a></div>
11+<div><a href="http://tortoisesvn.berlios.de/issues/index.php?order=id&sort=desc&status=all">Issue Tracker</a></div>
12+<div><a href="/reportbugs.html">Report Bug</a></div>
13+
14+</div><div class="body">
15+<div><a href="http://svn.collab.net/viewcvs/tortoisesvn/">Sourcecode</a></div>
16+
17+</div><div class="body">
18+<div><a href="/servlets/ProjectMemberList">Membership</a></div>
19+<div><a href="/servlets/ProjectNewsList">Announcements</a></div>
20+<div><a href="/list_etiquette.html">Mailing lists</a></div>
21+<div><a href="/servlets/ProjectForumView">Discussion Forums</a></div>
22+<div><a href="/servlets/ProjectDocumentList?folderID=616">Project Files</a></div>
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@@ -0,0 +1,98 @@
1+<h1>Reporting Bugs</h1>
2+
3+<h2>Preparations</h2>
4+
5+<p>
6+Before you report a bug, please make sure you have completed the following steps:
7+</p>
8+<ul>
9+ <li>Update to the current version. Reports for older versions will be ignored.</li>
10+ <li>Check the <a href="https://svn.collab.net/repos/tortoisesvn/trunk/src/Changelog.txt">Changelog.txt</a>
11+ file from /trunk/ and see if your bug has already been fixed.</li>
12+ <li>If possible, update to the latest nightly build and see if the bug is
13+ still there. You can find the link to the nightly builds on our
14+ <a href="/download.html">download</a> page.</li>
15+ <li>Check the mailing list archive. Maybe someone else already reported the
16+ same bug you're seeing, and if so that bug might be already fixed.</li>
17+ <li>Take a look in our
18+ <a href="http://tortoisesvn.berlios.de/issues/index.php?order=id&sort=desc&status=all">issue tracker</a>
19+ to see if the bug has already been reported.</li>
20+ <li>If you've got a zip file from our crashreporting tool, send it to
21+ <i>crashreports</i>_at_<i>tortoisesvn.tigris.org</i>. Note that we don't
22+ answer mails there. Other kinds of bugreports on that list will be
23+ deleted without being read.</li>
24+</ul>
25+</p>
26+
27+<h2>How to report a bug</h2>
28+<p>
29+There is a large number of TortoiseSVN users. There is a much small number of
30+people who actually develop TortoiseSVN. There is an even smaller number of
31+people who actively fix bugs reported by users.
32+</p>
33+<p>
34+What does this mean for you, an aspiring bug reporter? In order to catch the
35+eye of one of these few <b>volunteers</b>, you'll need to take to heart a
36+few tips on how to report a bug so that they can and will help you.
37+</p>
38+<p>
39+Take special note of that word in bold above. The people who are going to help
40+you with a bug you report are <b>volunteers</b>. Not only are you not paying
41+them to help you, but nobody else is either. So, be nice to them.
42+</p>
43+<p>
44+Beyond that golden rule, what follows are some additional tips on ways to make
45+your bug report better so that someone will be able to help you.
46+</p>
47+
48+<h2>The basics: what you did, what you wanted to happen, and what actually happened.</h2>
49+<p>
50+Those are the three basic elements of a bug report. You need to tell us exactly
51+what you did (for example, "I right-clicked on "make happy meal"), what you
52+expected to have happened (to continue the example, "I expected TortoiseSVN to
53+serve me a happy meal with a hamburger and onion rings"),
54+and what actually happened ("It gave me a happy meal with french fries.").
55+</p>
56+<p>
57+Yes, the example is silly. But if your bug report simply said "The make_happy_meal
58+function doesn't work," you will very likely get a reply saying "It works fine for me",
59+because we can't guess what you were expecting to happen. By giving all the information
60+you might get a reply like "That's because you can't
61+have onion rings in a happy meal, you can only have french fries or curly fries."
62+By telling us what you asked for, what you expected to get, and what you
63+actually got, we don't have to guess what you mean.
64+</p>
65+
66+<h2>Only report one problem in each bug report</h2>
67+<p>
68+If you have encountered two bugs that don't appear to be related, create a
69+new bug report for each one. This makes it easier for different people to help
70+with the different bugs.
71+</p>
72+
73+<h2>Where to send the report to?</h2>
74+<p>
75+Bug reports must be mailed to our mailing list. You don't have to subscribe to
76+the mailing list if you don't want to. You can read the mailing list from
77+<a href="http://news.gmane.org/gmane.comp.version-control.subversion.tortoisesvn.devel">gmane</a>
78+or <a href="http://svn.haxx.se/tsvn">haxx</a>
79+too.
80+</p>
81+<p>
82+Just make sure that if you're not subscribed to the mailing list that you ask
83+in your bugreport to reply also directly to you, otherwise you won't get any
84+answers to your report.
85+</p>
86+<p>
87+Note: if you're not subscribed to the list, it may take up to a day until your
88+mail appears on the mailing list. This is because we have to review mails from
89+non-subscribers first and have to 'accept' them - we have to do this to prevent
90+SPAM from going to the list.
91+So don't worry if you're not getting an answer right away, your mail <b>will</b>
92+appear on the list, just give us some time.
93+</p>
94+<p>
95+Now you're almost ready to send your bugreport. But before you do, please read
96+our <a href="/list_etiquette.html">mailing list etiquette</a>. You will find
97+the mail address of the mailing list on that page.
98+</p>
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9+ <h2>TortoiseSVN 1.2 Release Notes</h2>
10+</center>
11+<h2>What's New in TortoiseSVN 1.2</h2>
12+
13+<ul>
14+ <li>Optional locking ("reserved checkouts")</li>
15+ <li>New, much improved overlay cache</li>
16+ <li>Better use of overlays when co-existing with TortoiseCVS</li>
17+ <li>Many improved dialogs</li>
18+ <li>Many bugfixes</li>
19+ <li>Implemented all new <a href="http://subversion.tigris.org/svn_1.2_releasenotes.html">Subversion 1.2</a> features</li>
20+ <li>Linked against SVN 1.2</li>
21+</ul>
22+
23+<h2>Compatibility Concerns</h2>
24+
25+<p>TortoiseSVN 1.2 is compatible with 1.0 and 1.1 servers. Of course,
26+some of the new 1.2 features may not be available unless the server is
27+upgraded to the latest version.</p>
28+
29+<p>If you access a BDB repository using <tt>file://</tt> access
30+you will need to update that repository to BDB 4.3 format.
31+Instructions on how to do that can be found on the
32+<a href="http://subversion.tigris.org/faq.html#bdb43-upgrade">
33+Subversion FAQ page</a></p>
34+
35+<p>Subversion 1.2 introduces an alternative history storage mechanism
36+known as xdelta differencing. Reconstructing older data from repositories
37+stored in the new format is much faster, resulting in a noticeable speedup
38+for operations such as blame, checkout, diff and merge. Although converting
39+repositories is not required, you may wish to do so in order to gain faster
40+access. To do that you need to perform a dump/load cycle using the command
41+line svnadmin tool. Look at the
42+<a href="http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.1/ch05s03.html#svn-ch-5-sect-3.5">
43+Subversion Manual</a> for instructions on how to do that.</p>
44+
45+<p>The Windows 98/Me and Windows NT 4.0 operating systems are no longer
46+supported in TortoiseSVN 1.2. That's not because we want to be unfriendly,
47+but because there are just too many incompatibilities in these older OS versions
48+which we have to work around, and as none of the developers use these systems
49+it is impossible to test and debug properly. If you want to use TortoiseSVN
50+with these systems, you should use the 1.1.x line which is still available
51+from our download page.</p>
52+
53+<h2>New Features</h2>
54+
55+<h3>File Locking (<em>also requires updated server</em>)</h3>
56+
57+<p>"Locking" is a long-requested feature, often known in other systems
58+as "reserved checkouts". While Subversion is still primarily a <a
59+href="http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.1/ch02s02.html#svn-ch-2-sect-2.3">copy-modify-merge</a>
60+system focused on parallel development, there is widespread
61+acknowledgement that not all files are easily mergeable &mdash;
62+binary files in particular, such as artwork, compressed files,
63+proprietary binary formats, or any other non-line-based data.</p>
64+
65+<p>The goal of the new locking feature is twofold. First, provide a
66+means to force serialized write-access to a file. Second, provide a
67+communication mechanism to prevent users from wasting time on
68+unmergable changes.</p>
69+
70+<p>The first goal is accomplished using file locks. TortoiseSVN has new
71+context menu entries to <tt>Get Lock</tt> and <tt>Release Lock</tt>.
72+When a user locks a file, no other user may commit a change to the file
73+or delete it from the repository.</p>
74+
75+<p>Locks can also be stolen or broken, say if the person who locked a
76+file goes on holiday and forgets to unlock. New lock hooks are available
77+to system administrators to set their own locking policy. Refer to
78+the Subversion documentation for details on repository administration.</p>
79+
80+<p>The second goal &mdash; preventing a user from wasting time on an
81+unmergable change &mdash; is accomplished via a new property,
82+<tt>svn:needs-lock</tt>. Users (or administrators) are encouraged to
83+set this property on any file that is unmergeable. When present, this
84+property causes the file to be read-only <em>unless</em> the working
85+copy holds a lock-token for the file, in which case the file is
86+read-write. TortoiseSVN uses a new status overlay to indicate when
87+a file is in the read-only state, which warns you that you need to
88+acquire a lock before editing.</p>
89+
90+<p><strong>Warning</strong>: if you have a team of users all accessing
91+a repository via <tt>file://</tt>, then <strong>all</strong> users
92+must use 1.2 clients. Pre-1.2 clients will unknowingly ignore locks.
93+
94+<h3>New External Status Cache</h3>
95+
96+<p>TortoiseSVN has always had a recursive overlay feature whereby overlay
97+changes in lower level folders are propagated up through the folder hierarchy
98+so that you don't forget about changes you made deep in the tree. However,
99+in previous releases this feature was only useable with very small working
100+copies due to the delay in getting the status information.</p>
101+
102+<p>In release 1.2, a new <tt>TSVNCache</tt> program is used to maintain
103+a cache of your working copy status, providing much faster access to this
104+information. Not only does this prevent explorer from blocking while
105+acquiring status, but it also makes recursive overlays workable.</p>
106+
107+<p>Note: Explorer is much more responsive with the new cache because it
108+displays pages before the full information is available and refreshes as
109+required. This means that the status you see immediately may not be recursive
110+but the non-recursive status.
111+Depending on the size of your working copy it may take a second or two for
112+the recursive status to filter through.</p>
113+
114+<p>Subversion has always suffered from a speed problem if the timestamp
115+on a file changes and the content doesn't. This forces subversion to
116+do a byte-by-byte compare of the file with BASE to check whether it has
117+really changed. In this new release, you can fix such timestamp mismatches
118+using the <tt>Cleanup</tt> menu entry. If your WC has become slow to
119+check, try doing a cleanup.</p>
120+
121+<h3>Better Use of Overlays</h3>
122+
123+<p>Windows supports only 15 icon overlays, and uses 3 of these itself.
124+If both TortoiseSVN and TortoiseCVS are installed there are simply not
125+enough overlays for both applications.</p>
126+
127+<p>In this release, TortoiseSVN checks to see how many overlays are
128+required by other apps, and only installs essential ones if there
129+are not enough for everyone. It also displays an alternative overlay
130+if the preferred one is not available. For example if the <tt>Added</tt>
131+overlay is not available, the <tt>Modified</tt> overlay will be used
132+instead.</p>
133+
134+<h2>Enhancements and Bugfixes</h2>
135+
136+<p>This is a major new release, and almost all the main dialogs have
137+been improved in some way, either to add new features or to make
138+them easier to use. Some of the main ones are mentioned below,
139+and there have also been many minor bugfixes. To see the full list
140+of changes check the
141+<a href="http://svn.collab.net/repos/tortoisesvn/tags/version_1.2.0/src/Changelog.txt">
142+ChangeLog</a></p>
143+
144+<h3>Merge Dialog</h3>
145+<p>This has been changed considerably to make the difficult subject
146+of merging easier to understand and use. You can now select revisions
147+to merge using the revision log dialog, without trying to work out
148+the correct numbers to insert in the revision boxes.</p>
149+
150+<h3>Log Dialog</h3>
151+<p>New filters allow you to search within the log messages, or restrict
152+to a date range.</p>
153+
154+<p>The new Subversion 1.2 API allows you to fetch a given number of
155+log messages rather than the log messages for a given number of
156+repository revisions. This makes it much easier to display a useful
157+number of messages, and to get more messages as required.</p>
158+
159+<p>Note - this feature works best with Subversion 1.2 servers.
160+It will work with earlier servers, but will be slow. The server
161+does not understand the new parameter and returns all log messages,
162+which the Subversion client then filters. This results in very slow
163+response. TortoiseSVN has a setting which allows you to use the old
164+API in case you need to work with an older server.</p>
165+
166+<p>You can now compare two revisions of a folder. TortoiseSVN will
167+list the files which have changed, allowing you to diff each one
168+individually.</p>
169+
170+<p>You can now resize the 3 panes of the log dialog individually.</p>
171+
172+<p>The log dialog has a number of other new context menus, allowing
173+you to do more.</p>
174+
175+<h3>Commit Dialog</h3>
176+<p>Autocompletion now picks up some language-dependent keywords
177+(usually class/method/variable name) using regular expressions.</p>
178+
179+<p>Bugtracking integration has been extended using regular expressions,
180+making it easier to pick out your issue IDs. Read about this in the
181+<a href="http://svn.collab.net/repos/tortoisesvn/tags/version_1.2.0/doc/issuetrackers.txt">
182+Issue Tracker Integration Spec</a>.</p>
183+
184+<p>Comment history is now inserted at the current cursor position,
185+rather than always at the beginning of any existing message.</p>
186+
187+<h3>Repository Browser</h3>
188+<p>Several new context menu entries, allowing you to export or
189+checkout directly from the browser.</p>
190+
191+<p>Open files using the Windows file association, or a program
192+of your choice.</p>
193+
194+<h3>Cleanup</h3>
195+<p>Subversion 1.2 adds extra functionality to the Cleanup command so that
196+it now makes more repairs. If the timestamp of a working copy file does
197+not match Subversion's recorded timestamp, but the file length does match,
198+Subversion does a byte-by-byte check to see if the files really are
199+different, and that can slow down status checks.</p>
200+
201+<p><tt>Cleanup</tt> now checks these files and if the content matches,
202+it resets its record of the timestamp so that future checks will run
203+faster. If your working copy is very slow to produce the list of files
204+in the <tt>Check for Modifications</tt> and <tt>Commit</tt> dialogs,
205+try running <tt>Cleanup</tt> on your working copy. If you used the
206+<tt>Use commit timestamps</tt> option, you should definitely do this.</p>
207+
208+<h3>Settings Dialog</h3>
209+<p>The settings dialog now has an updated interface which is less
210+crowded and easier to use. The options are also grouped in a more
211+logical manner, so you know where to look for things.</p>
212+
213+<h3>Tortoise Merge</h3>
214+<p>You can opt to ignore case differences when viewing file difference.
215+This is useful for VB source, which sometimes gets changed by the
216+IDE.</p>
217+
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