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Re: feature request

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Tue, 4 Mar 2008 10:13:21 +0000

On 04/03/2008, Hannes Eder <Hannes_at_hanneseder.net> wrote:
> Simon Large wrote:
> > On 04/03/2008, eXPoser <eXPoser_at_ct2reality.cs-clan.org> wrote:
> > > Dear friends,
> > > Is it possible to create a svn-manager-window in your program?
> > > It would be far easier to click "Update selected svns", or all svns or
> > > something like this than changing in every dic to update the files =)
> >
> > You can select multiple folders for update. Ctrl-left-click on folders
> > in explorer to multi-select.
>
>
> IMHO a good extension would be if TSVN would ignore non SVN folders. E.g. in
> my home directory there are a couple of SVN folders and it would be great
> just to hit CTRL+A select all folders and run update on all svn folders, as
> manually selecting every SVN folder just takes some time. Or use the mouse
> the select a range, but without "unselecting" all non svn folders. Maybe
> this behavior is different in 1.5.x, I am running 1.4.8.x. My workaround is
> using svn:
>
> C:\Hannes>svn up *
> Überspringe ».indent.pro«
> Überspringe ».bash_history«
> ...
> Revision 748.
> ...
>
> I am using the localized German version and I guess "Überspringe" will be
> displayed as "Skipping" in the English version.

Well that already works for me in 1.4.5.
Select all
TSVN->Update
Skipping "blah"

Simon

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