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enhancement: copy to... in svn repository browser

From: Adriaan Peens-Hough <IT3APH_at_puknet.puk.ac.za>
Date: 2005-11-02 08:31:44 CET


i've been using tortoise and subclipse for a long time now, and am missing the "copy to..." feature in subclipse that is available in tortoise. i know it is quite trivial to copy/paste then rename, but is there any chance of such a feature making its way into subclipse?

for those that don't know what i'm talking about:
currently in tortoise's repository browser, i can do the following:
1) right-click on a folder
2) select "copy to..."
3) provide the path for the destination folder
4) provide a commit message

to achieve the same in subclipse's repository explorer, i have to do the following:
1) right-click on a folder
2) select copy
3) right-click on the destination root folder (that can't already have a folder with the same name as the one being copied)
4) select paste
5) provide a commit message
6) right-click the newly copied folder in the destination root
7) select "rename/move"
8) provide the path for the final folder
9) provide a commit message


adriaan peens-hough
Received on Wed Nov 2 18:31:44 2005

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