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Re: SV: [TSVN] Re: Two suggestions

From: SteveKing <stefankueng_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2004-10-21 15:32:53 CEST

On Thu, 21 Oct 2004 15:00:20 +0200, Roland Erbs <r.erbs@niros.com> wrote:

> Before updating I always select "Check for Updates" so I know which files
> gets updated when I update. Then when I select "Update..." , the "SVN
> Update..." titled "progress window" informs me of two things: (1)Updated
> files and (2)directories that was already updated using the word "update"
> for both. When I read "update" in front of one of those
> already-updated-directories my heart jumps and I think "Vouw, help, what got
> updated here???" before I realise nothing was updated.

That's not quite true: the folder was updated -> the revision of that
folder now reflects the HEAD revision. Before the update, the folder
revision was it's last-changed-revision or the revision it was last
updated to.

> I would prefer the word "Updated" when the file has been updated and the
> word "Ok" when the WC was not updated.

The CL client shows you the same information. So I think TSVN should
be consistent with that.


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