Still, wouldn't it be easy to simply auto-wrap that text box for
display purposes. Pretty sure that's the CVS dialog box works.
On Apr 30, 2007, at 9:57 AM, CARASSO Felipe wrote:
> Hi Baptiste,
>> When I commit, I often write a lot :-). The thing is I don't
>> like to press enter when it's not semantically correct :). So
>> I end up having very long lines and a big horizontal
>> scrolling... It's not very readable.
> I never noticed that kind of problem. Maybe because I always
> separate the commit description into one line per change. I.e.:
> - Updated to match new project structure.
> - Added "src/test" to list of packages that Checkstyle should ignore.
> Personally, I find it difficult to have a huge paragraph as a
> commit description being readable anywhere, with or without
> In the other hand, it could be a nice to have, and I don't think
> it would be a problem since it's not a real CRLF, just a
> screen format. But I don't think it would be a priority feature.
> I also took the time to confirm that TortoiseSVN has that.
> Best regards,
Received on Mon Apr 30 16:47:51 2007