Peter Johansson wrote:
> I already have mailed this to email@example.com
> <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>, while searching for any progress
> on this matter I found that it probably should have been sent to
> email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> instead.
> Please bear with me for this mistake.
> I am about to provide a patch to an SVN repository. To find the files I
> want to include in the patch easily I click on the "File" column header
> to change the sort order in the Create patch window to sort in (in this
> case) alphabetical ascending order. See the attached picture.
> What happens then is that files are sorted in three areas. They appear
> in the order of "Missing files" - red in the picture, "Modified files" -
> blue in the picture and "Non-versioned files" - black in the picture.
> Within each area, files are sorted in ascending/descending order
> depending on how many times you click on the "File" column.
> I would have expected that sorting would intertwine all three areas.
> That is, when choosing to sort in alphabetical order, files from all
> three areas would be mixed.
> I would like to see an option on this window (say a tick-box such as the
> one I have added to the picture) where you have the possibility to
> enable/disable whether sorting should be made intertwined between areas
> or where the files from different areas remain separated as it is now.
The latest nightly build from trunk sorts the items correctly by name
and doesn't group them by status.
And AFAIK (haven't tried an official release for a long time) the 1.4.5
version allows you to show additional columns (right-click on the column
header) which might help you to get better sorting.
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Received on Fri Oct 5 19:40:55 2007