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Re: [TSVN] Re: Sort order in commit / revert dialog

From: Martin Eckardt <Martin.Eckardt_at_micronova.de>
Date: 2004-11-15 15:21:52 CET

Simon Large wrote:

>Lübbe Onken wrote:
>>There's a tiny annoyance in these dialog. The entries are sorted, but
>>the case isn't ignored. Thus an entry like 'aaa' is near the end of a
>>list where I wouldn't search for it, when the other entries start
>>with capital letters.
>I would also like to see changes to versioned files given priority over
>unversioned files. I know I should be adding to the ignore list, but I
>can't always do that (like where I want to build a project where I have
>read-only access and I create some extra helper files to make it work in
>my environment).
>I can click on one of the other headings, but it would be good if it was
>the default. Thoughts?
I don't think this is the right behaviour as default. IMHO unversioned
files are same important as versioned files. If you forgot e.g. some
header files you couldn't even compile. And where should TSVN know what
unversioned files are more or less important?

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Received on Mon Nov 15 15:22:38 2004

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