On 30 June 2011 20:49, Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> On 30.06.2011 17:29, walter klust wrote:
>> I tested today with 21633:
>> create branch, add hierarchy to branch, commit, merge back to trunk, commit only top directory and file
>> I now get the warning that the commit is always recursively which is quite helpful.
>> But it got me thinking: The intention of the user is to commit only a few files. He now gets a warning but the full commit happened anyway. Wouldnt it be better if the user gets a warning before the commit and then can choose if he wants to commit anyway ?
>> My suggestion for the workflow:
>> - user starts commit
>> - tsvn detects that not all elements of the hierarchy were selected but that a recursive commit would happen because its a copy.
>> - tsvn then opens a dialogue with the warning and gives the user the choice of either cancelling the commit or doing it anyway.
>> What do you think?
> How about: instead of showing the warning as we do now, show it as a
> message box with buttons to proceed or cancel the ongoing commit?
> Would be easier to implement, but of course a commit could be
> interrupted by a dialog - which is a downside...
If it doesn't interrupt the commit then it is not much use. A dialog
seems the right way to go.
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