Simon Large wrote:
> 2009/3/6 David Balažic <david.balazic_at_hermes-softlab.com>:
> > Stefan Küng wrote:
> >> David Balažic wrote:
> >> > TortoiseSVN 220.127.116.1118 32-bit
> >> >
> >> > Conflict handling missing in the "Check for
> modifications" windows.
> >> >
> >> > I lost almost an hour on this :-(
> >> >
> >> > The context menu item "Compare with base" brings up
> >> > but the "Mark as resolved" button is disabled.
> >> Sure, because if you get the three way diff in
> TortoiseMerge, then the
> >> "compare with base" does a comparison of your local wc
> file with its
> >> base and the remove file which also has changes.
> >> But since the remote file is in fact 'remote', there is no
> conflict in
> >> your working copy. So that's why the 'mark as resolved' button is
> >> disabled: there is no conflict (yet).
> >> > I have to gou to explorer, browse down to the file in question,
> >> > right click it, select "Edit conflicts", which brings up
> >> the same window
> >> > as before, but now the "Mark as resolved" button is enabled.
> >> > From here on ti works nicely...
> >> In that case, there *is* a local conflict.
> >> Use the "edit conflict" button from the CfM dialog if you
> >> want the same
> >> behavior.
> > Yes, but there is no such menu (you meant "menu", right ?
> Because there
> > are no buttons in the CfM dialog, except Refresh/Check
> repository and OK).
> > That is the point. If there would be such a menu, I would
> simply use it and not
> > start this mail thread ;-)
> Context menu. Right click on an item in the list.
Yes. It has no "Edit conflicts" item.
This is what I am saying all the time.
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Received on 2009-03-06 16:02:43 CET