Simon Large wrote:
> Hi folks,
> There has been some discussion on this list about using changelists
> and several requests to make it easier to add unmodified files to a
> Would it be possible to use the changelist headings in CfM as a drag
> and drop target so that files could be dragged from explorer into a
> changelist? Or from one changelist to another within cfm or commit?
working on it...
> In cfm you can either show all unmodified files or none. If you are
> using changelists then unmodified files within changelists would be of
> much more interest than the zillions of other unmodified files, so can
> I suggest either always show unmodified files if they are in a
> changelist, or make the check box tri-state so that it has
> no-unmodified/unmodified-in-changelist/all-unmodified states. I think
> the first option would be good enough, and it would be consistent with
> the CLI. Cfm is our equivalent of svn status, which now shows all
As of r12485, items which are in a changelist are shown in the CfM and
commit dialog even if they're not modified.
> Related to this, changelists that contain only unmodified files are
> not shown unless you also show modified files.
> Within cfm it seems that (no changelist) is always listed first,
> followed by the user changelists. Looks like they are sorted in
> case-sensitive alphabetical order. It seems more logical to me to give
> user lists highest priority, then (no changelist) and lastly the
> ignore-on-commit changelist, if the Windows API allows you to set the
changed the order in r12488.
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Received on 2008-03-29 12:39:09 CET