VsTortoise Build 33 Beta

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Reviewed:  1 review
Downloads: 9483
Change Set: 74492
Released: Feb 3, 2014
Updated: Feb 3, 2014 by pschraut
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Build 33 (beta)

  • Fix: "Assertion Failed: Satellite DLL not found." when running VS2005 or VS2008. #10421 (thanks Jep0710, BuzaL, JimMcLaren)
  • Fix: Commands will be deleted from a custom toolbar, too! #7940 (thanks MartinLemburg)
  • Fix: Prev/Next modification using first state? #10418 (thanks BuzaL)

Reviews for this release

The Tortoise SVN -> Delete command should also be available for the Active Document or Active Project. This is because sometimes, I need to delete a file from my project, but if I use the usual right-click Delete command in Solution Explorer, the file won't delete from my SVN repository the way mine is set up, and then I need to actually go into the Windows Explorer, right click the file itself in there, point to TortoiseSVN, then click Delete. But I have to actually Exit the Visual Studio while I am doing all this...and then I have to re-open Visual Studio and remember to still remove the files from the Solution because otherwise the project won't build. The way my SVN is set up, which I have no control over, if you don't do a Tortoise Delete, then the file will "regenerate" during the next SVN update and potentially break my code. Also where is the "Revert" command on the VsTortoise menu? More commands on the VsTortoise menu please!
by brianhart2011 on Feb 6, 2014 at 5:43 PM
Thanks for your feedback. The "Revert" command should be available in every VsTortoise popup-menu, such as in the Solution Explorer, Document Tab, Editor Popup. If you would like to see more commands on the VsTortoise menu (I guess you mean the menu in Mainmenu?), it would enormously help what commands you actually refer to. Please use the "Issues" link, you can also find on this page, to report these things.
Reply by pschraut (N/A) on Feb 6, 2014 at 6:27 PM