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Re: [TSVN] Log windows

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2004-10-08 19:16:32 CEST

Jens Peters wrote:

> Here are a few minor points I have:
> If you look at the log-window and somebody had not entered a messages,
> then the logmessage from the log entry above is shown (see screenshot,
> log entry 6 shows the entry from message 7).

Fixed in revision 1794.

> Second, the comment history drop-down box can't display \n, could you do
> the same replace as in the svn-properties listview?

I don't think that's worth the very big amount of work this would require.

> Finally a feature request (I ask this before, sorry if this is already
> on your To-Do list, just want to remember):
> During a conflict, especially with generated xml-files, you want simply
> take all from "Yours" or "Thiers", without editing the conflicts, now
> you have to manually rename the files to acomplish this. A command like
> "take thiers", of "keep yours" in TMerge could do this.

Done in revision 1795.

> Regarding the request, could you add some kind of short-term and
> long-term goals to the website? It would be nice to see whats going on
> in your mind :)

My long term goal is to retire on a tropical island with a beautiful
naked girl beside me who thinks I'm the best.
You see, the problem with long term goals is that the chance of them
becoming reality is zero (in mathematical terms: lim->0). So why should
I write something like this on the website?


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Received on Fri Oct 8 20:22:35 2004

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