Am 15.04.2011 15:09, schrieb Doug Ivison:
> During my first UPDATE after creating tags, TortoiseSVN appears to
> have downloaded all the files in the entire project, to multiple tags
> 1) First, my question: can I delete the contents of the *local* tags
> folder, without affecting the repository?
Well, of course you can, they will probably be reported missing
afterwards. But why would you want to delete them in the first place?
> 2) Enhancement suggestion: update prompting. It would be wonderfully
> helpful if the UPDATE function had a dialog like the COMMIT function,
> showing which files were about to be downloaded by update, allowing
> them to be checked-or-unchecked for updating, and allowing a
> double-click a filename, like in the "check for modifications"
> function, to bring up a differences function. ((This would also
> address the wishes in this message:
Please explain why someone would ever want to uncheck a file during an
update. Excluding folders from an update is done another way.
> The reason I do not see this as redundant (already done in "check for
> modifications") is because the check for mods does not list these
> tags files... check for mods showed less than 10 files, then update
> downloaded over 7000. I suppose another way to approach (2) would be
> to enhance check for mods to show all files that would be
> affected/downloaded by the update command.
Check for modifications shows only local changes. To see what's changed
in the repository, you'll have to click "Check repository".
> 3) Lesser/easier enhancement suggestion: information.
> ((This could also help with the wishes in this msg:
> It would be great if the update action gave more information, such as
> which revision the file being updated is from.
How would that be helpful? What's the use case?
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Received on 2011-04-15 15:25:31 CEST