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We  have a .net Silverlight project - "myproject" on SVN Repository...

I checked out that folder using SVN from our SVN Repository to c:\projects\myproject some time in July 2013

When i open c:\projects\myproject  using windows explorer, all the files in that folders shows with "Green Check Mark" as shown below
screenshot_windows_explorer

The last modified date on those files(in c:\projects\myproject)  is 07/01/2013  

Now, today i went to SVN Repository -using "Repository Browser" and the last-modified date of those files is 12/12/2013 ... So those files on SVN Server are newer that the files on my machine... But still in windows Exlporer those folders have a "Green Check Mark" as shown in the attached email...

What does that mean, does it mean the files on c:\projects\myproject match with those files in SVN Repository even though the modified date is different ?

thanks so much...
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Ivo Stoykov earned 500 total points
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Hi

You have several options:
check for modification - which I guess is obvious
diff with previous version - which will show last registered changes
copy somewhere else local file, update from repository and apply diff to both file to see differences

HTH

Ivo Stoykov
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