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[TSVN] Re: Two suggestions

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_blazepoint.co.uk>
Date: 2004-10-21 14:27:27 CEST

"Roland Erbs" wrote
> 2.
> Before committing I always select "Check for Updates" so I know which
> gets updated when I commit. Then when I select "Commit..." (and "Ok"),
> "progress window" informs me of two things: Committed files and
> directories using the word "updated" for both. When I read "updated"
> front of one of those already-updated-directories my heart jumps and I
> "Vouw, help, what got committed there???" before I realise nothing was
> committed.
> I would prefer the word "Committed" (the word "Updated" is also ok,
> "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.

You might want to resubmit this one after sorting out when you mean
"Update" and when you mean "Commit", because the way the question is
written seems very mixed up at the moment.

Update is the process of getting the latest revisions _from_ the repo to
your local WC. Commit is the process of sending your local WC changes
_to_ the repo. Nothing gets updated in your WC when you commit.


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Received on Thu Oct 21 15:49:54 2004

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