Stefan Küng wrote:
> David Balažic wrote:
> > Stefan Küng wrote:
> >> David Balažic wrote:
> >>> Stefan Küng wrote:
> >>>> David Balažic wrote:
> >>>>> TortoiseSVN 126.96.36.19918 32-bit
> >>>>> In the "check for Modifications" windows, an remotely
> >> modified file
> >>>>> does not disappear from the list, after calling Update on it.
> >>>> Hit F5 to refresh the view.
> >>> No, that removes all remote changes. Then I have to click
> >> again "Check repository" to get them back.
> >>> I also noticed now, that localy changed files also do not
> >> disappear from the list after bein commited.
> >>> I vaguelly remember that they did so in previous versions...
> >> Nope, that never worked that way.
> >> Because: how would the CfM dialog even know that an
> >> update/commit/whatever was successful? That is done in a
> >> separate thread.
> > And communication between threads will be invented only
> next year ;-)
> > I know this is not 5 minutes of work... I program myself.
> After you update a folder or a file, what status does it have
> (assuming the update was successful)?
"up-to-date" (that is : no remote changes)
> Without fetching the status again, you simply won't know. So
> instead of
> having the progress dialog (which does the update) fetch the
> status, we
> tell users to hit F5 to refresh - because that's where status fetching
> is implemented already.
Where do you do that ? I just tried, and it did not say to hit F5.
> but of course, if you're willing to try, patches are always welcome.
Sure, after I finish my project ;-)
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Received on 2009-03-06 15:42:57 CET