On 15/11/2007, Stefan Küng <email@example.com> wrote:
> Simon Large wrote:
> > On 15/11/2007, Stefan Küng <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >> Valik wrote:
> >>> Tested with: TortoiseSVN 1.4.99, Build 11351 - 32 Bit -dev, 2007/11/13
> >>> 20:49:13
> >>> Using Diff from the Check For Modifications dialog on a file with
> >>> property changes causes the diff viewer to launch twice for properties
> >>> and once for the contents (For a total of 3 instances). Diff from the
> >>> context menu in Explorer works correctly, I only get two instances
> >>> total, one each for properties and file contents.
> >> Thanks for the report.
> >> Fixed in revision 11366.
> >>> Also, as a feature request, it would be nice if the file contents diff
> >>> isn't shown when the file has only property modifications.
> >> From the log dialog, that's not possible.
> >> And from the 'local' dialogs, this was requested as a feature: people
> >> still like to open those files with their diff tool (because the diff
> >> tool is usually started much faster than the big IDE the files are
> >> associated with).
> > I think you misunderstand. If there is only a prop change he wants
> > ONLY the diff of the prop change and NOT a diff or open or anything
> > for the file.
> I know. But as I said: people wanted (search the mailing list for it) to
> start TortoiseMerge even for 'normal' files (i.e., files with no
> modifications) - it's an easy and fast way to check the content of the
Well for that purpose I would rather see a 'view' menu option which
opens the file in a text viewer (Notepad by default, maybe
configurable along with the diff/merge viewers). It will only work for
text files, but then so does TMerge.
Good as TMerge is, it only gives you half the screen width per file,
and text editors generally have better search facilities, syntax
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Received on Thu Nov 15 23:04:11 2007