Simon Large wrote:
>>>Sorry. I thought I had tried that, but evidently not. Checked it
>>>again and it works exactly as you say. It would be useful if the
>>>error message suggested the corrective action.
>>TSVN in HEAD already does give you a hint.
> Don't understand this comment. It does not seem that intuitive:
> If I modify and commit a file in the trunk root folder, I can tag straight
> If I modify and commit a file in a sub-folder of the trunk, I have to update
> before I can tag. Why?
I already added a function which provides additional hints to an error
message in our development HEAD revision.
>>>The "Get All" button does not appear to be documented in the helpfile
>>Want to provide a patch for the docs?
> I'm happy to contribute if I can. The TSVN repository does not contain the
> 'tools' folder which is mentioned in the ReadMe file, so I can't build the
> target files. I can make text-only changes and produce a patch file and log
> message for the XML source file if someone else is happy to check the
The "tools" folder isn't in the repo anymore because people kept
complaining that they couldn't check out TSVN anymore because it got too
big (not that anyone of those complaining _ever_ sent in a patch or
helped out otherwise though). So you can now download the whole tools
folder as one "big" zipfile from here:
(located in our project files folder here:
> But I can still use "relocate" to re-anchor to the renamed root folder,
> can't I? The particular issue that worries me is that if I do rename the
> root folder in the repository, then (at present) I cannot extract previous
> revisions. The data may still be in the repository, but if I can't extract
> it, then it is effectively lost. I don't _want_ to rename root folders, but
> I would like to know if I can recover from it if it happens by mistake.
You can. Just relocate your working copy.
> BTW. There is a very minor buglet in the commit dialog. If I opt _not_ to
> delete previous comments _and_ I have a minimum comment size enabled, after
> cancelling and re-starting a commit I get the previous comments back, but
> the "OK" button is disabled until I edit the recalled comment.
I know. Fixed already in HEAD.
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Received on Thu Aug 5 18:47:14 2004