On 1 November 2011 18:22, BRM <bm_witness_at_yahoo.com> wrote:
> I just upgraded to the 1.7 series and noticed the change in the
> svn:externals property dialog. Overall, I really like it.
> However, I am presently in a situation where not all of the users of my SVN
> repository use a version of SVN that uses the newer svn:externals format
> (some are still using SVN 1.4) and I have no way of forcing them to upgrade.
> The new dialog, however, puts out the newer format when used, and comes up
> by default when clicking the "Edit".
> So, I would like to make a simple feature request - a simple boolean setting
> (TortoiseSVN->Settings->Advanced) that is disabled by default that allows
> the user to determine which dialog comes up by default when editing the
> svn:externals - if set to FALSE then the new dialog is displayed (default
> behavior), if set to TRUE then the Advanced (old-style) dialog is displayed.
> This should only affect the default behavior of the 'Edit' button; users
> should still be able to go to either dialog by using the arrow to access the
> menu and select the dialog (presently 'Default' and 'Advanced', though this
> should probably be 'Default', 'Simple', and 'Advanced' with this change.)
You do know that you can just use the advanced option anyway, don't
you, both when editing and when creating new properties. Does this
really need a hidden option to enforce it?
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Received on 2011-11-01 22:33:15 CET