Now we are talking a bit about preferences..
What does exactly "show tags in remote history view" do?
Because thats another thing i miss in SVN (or the plugin don't know which
When i do show history on a file in CVS i could see the tags of that file so
i could see
which revision was exactly in which build (2.0B2 or 3.0 final)
Now i always have to double check for a date and then check ok 2.0b2 was
released on xxx
so thats revision yyy for this file... Because the tags column in the
history view is always empty
even when i select "show tags in remote history view" but i guess i
On Dec 18, 2007 3:46 PM, Mark Phippard <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Dec 18, 2007 9:41 AM, Johan Compagner <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > This behaves differently then with cvs.
> > If i for example do a synchronize over a project and i do enable change
> > sets.
> > then i see a commit set from co worker X (rev 10) and another from co
> > Y. (rev 11)
> > But i only want to apply the one from co worker Y (rev 11) at that time
> > reviewed it)
> > In cvs i if then say update this change set. It really updates only the
> > files that are in that change set
> > If you do that with SVN everything gets updated to that revision
> > rev 10
> > this is because i guess this command is fired:
> > update -r 11 F:/workspace/designer
> > At revision 11.
> > But thats a bit wrong. what should happen is that only an update is
> > triggered for all the files that are really in that changeset
> > So i guess you can't update dirs because that would cause a update from
> > other revisions
> > But thats what a persons expects it expects that only the files he sees
> > in its change set to be updated
> > not suddenly also everything from all the change sets that has a
> > earlier..
> It does behave as you want, with the exception that it depends what is
> in the changeset. You would need to turn off the "show out of date
> folders" feature otherwise, the project root folder will always show
> as changed in the highest revision. So an update of that revision will
> update the whole project. If you just turn off that preference the
> changeset will only show the files that have changed.
> You would just want to remember to do a Team > Update on your project
> before doing any refactoring so that the folders are all at HEAD.
> Mark Phippard
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