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[TSVN] Two suggestions

From: Roland Erbs <r.erbs_at_niros.com>
Date: 2004-10-21 14:16:40 CEST

A couple of issues I frequently run into:
Very often when I have selected Show Log and selected a file, I right-click
trying to find a non-existing menu item called "Show revision" or "View
revision". It is not a big issue since you can select "Compare with working
copy" and in that way view the file but I frequently miss one of those
former menu items.
Before committing I always select "Check for Updates" so I know which files
gets updated when I commit. Then when I select "Commit..." (and "Ok"), the
"progress window" informs me of two things: Committed files and updated
directories using the word "updated" for both. When I read "updated" in
front of one of those already-updated-directories my heart jumps and I think
"Vouw, help, what got committed there???" before I realise nothing was
I would prefer the word "Committed" (the word "Updated" is also ok, but
"Committed" is a bit better, imho) when the file has been committed and the
word "Ok" or "Checked" when nothing was written to the repository.

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Received on Thu Oct 21 15:20:07 2004

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