On 11.01.2010 16:19, redcomet wrote:
> I would like to suggest that a new feature is added to tortoise svn in
> order to make it more flexible to any repository configuration.
> In my configuration I keep the boost library in my repository under a
> separate folder and link to it using svn:externals in my projects that
> need it. I do this to prevent having to have other users download
> boost to run and compile my apps.
> I would like the ability to turn off tortoise's default behavior to
> search all externals for updates each svn update and commit. When
> boost is included in that process, it can take minutes on older
> machines. I would like to have the original intended functionality
> from the svn doc (http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.1/ch07s04.html)
> where in order to update or commit an external, I would have to
> explicitly use commit or update on that external.
I think you've read that part of the book wrong. The default (and
"original intended" functionality) is to *include* the externals, as
TSVN does. To not include the externals, use the "update to revision"
command and check the "ommit externals" checkbox.
But as of r18422, you can set the advanced option "IncludeExternals" to
false and have the default update exclude the externals.
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Received on 2010-01-23 18:00:28 CET