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Re: [TSVN] Default Root directory Feature request

From: Thomas Kindler <thomas.kindler_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2004-09-03 16:45:14 CEST

Rares Ispas wrote:
> Now the feature proposal: have a directory which can be mapped to the
> root of the subversion tree in a way similar to the way the source
> control system Whose-Name-Must-Not-Be-Spoken maps it. That is, when
> checking out a SVN directory, have the proposed target directory match
> the structure of the SVN tree, starting from the client svn root dir
> (TargetDirectory = ClientSVNRoot + SVNFolderPath).
> Currently the proposed target dir is the current directory. I dont want
> to create by hand a directory tree, before being able to check out. I
> want Tortoise to create them for me. The folder structure on the server
> is 95% of the time good, why not use it?

I second that! We're currently evaluating SVN as a CVS replacement, and
this is quite confusing for our long time CVS users.. i can't count how
often someone checked out something, and had an icon filled desktop
afterwards ;)

I think this would be best implemented as a checkbox like "use
repository's directory structure" or something like that. I would also
like this as a default value ;) (or at least being remebered for the
next checkout). I would also like the URL field being split up into a
ServerRoot and Repository edit box. (so you can see which repository is
to be checked out more easily.. now it's somewhere in the middle of the
URL, which can be quite error prone.)

thomas.kindler@gmx.de, www.kreapc.de
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