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[TSVN] Feature Request: Flat View of Recursive Directory Contents

From: Schwartz, Todd <todd.schwartz_at_intel.com>
Date: 2004-10-06 22:29:18 CEST

Stefan wrote:

>Just searched the docs and google about search handlers.
>All we could do is to add another menu entry
>(for pre Win2k systems) or another search link (for Win2k
>and later). There's no way to extend the existing search
>handler, i.e. we can't just add another search option
>for e.g. subversion status. It would simply pop up
>another dialog (which we had to implement ourselves)
>where the user could do some searching.
>And a separate search dialog only for files with
>a specific subversion status? I don't think
>that's worth the effort.
>Or what do you guys think out there?
>Would such a search dialog make sense?
>Wouldn't it just overload the menu?
>How often would you use it? What for?

I know this is an old thread; I didn't see whether this question had
been resolved.

This would be very useful in a highly nested directory structure where
you want to just see a simple listing of the locally modified files that
have not been committed. This is one thing I think WinCVS does very well
-- a flat view combined with a file status filter. Are there any plans
to add this, or to solve the problem another way?


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