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Monitor for file changes and auto refresh status

Monitor for changes to files in your project and in the .svn folders and automatically refresh the SVN change status. This will make using third-party tools easier, like Expression Blend.

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  • Yves Goergen commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Same here. I use TSVN for commit because it catches out-of-solution changes that otherwise go unnoticed. After committing, the status in Visual Studio is always outdated. The Git provider refreshes automatically, Ankh does not.

  • Paul Turner commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Most of my team prefers to use TortoiseSVN for commits and updates, but use AnkhSVN for at-a-glance change visibility and SVN-Delete and SVN-Move integration into the IDE.

    This feature will make it much easier to use AnkhSVN with other SVN-based tools like Tortoise. The code to perform a "refresh" already exists, so this might not even require a large effort.

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