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Re: [TSVN] A simple request

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2004-09-02 18:42:46 CEST

Atanas Raykov wrote:

>> That's not a "simple" request. Ok, I'm wrong: the _request_ is simple,
>> but the implementation is definitely not. That would be a _very huge_
>> change in TortoiseSVN. See: the list control used right now in the
>> commit dialog is also used by the add dialog and the revert dialog.
> I've actually downloaded TortoiseSVN code a week ago, but I didn't look
> at it until now. You're actually right. It'll be a really big change and
> it'll involve a lot of work. Still, I did have the feeling that you'll
> answer me just that and I don;t know why I deleted my wine about not
> looking in the TortoiseSVN code and "prease ignore this thread if it
> involves more that a day work".

There are also some serious problems with that approach. In a treeview,
the folders must be always shown. And for the commit dialog, that would
mean that a folder is shown but (depending on if it really changed)
doesn't need committing.
Another thing: in a tree control, there's no way of checking a folder
for commit. Files can have a checkbox assigned to them, but not folders.
And what should TortoiseSVN do in such a case? Right now, you can
select/deselect a folder for commit - with a tree view control this
wouldn't be possible anymore. Should TSVN simply commit folder changes
always? I don't think that's a good idea!


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Received on Fri Sep 3 12:16:38 2004

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