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Re: [TSVN] Re: Bug reports

From: SteveKing <stefankueng_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2004-12-09 11:46:18 CET

On Thu, 9 Dec 2004 10:07:39 -0000, Simon Large <slarge@blazepoint.co.uk> wrote:

> Yes it is, but I think there is a good case for having some default
> properties set by the client which can be over-ridden by folder
> properties. These would be:
> tsvn:logminsize

see my comment below.

> tsvn:logwidthmarker

That one doesn't 'hurt' other project members at all. If you want this
marker to be shown, just set it for the whole project. I bet most of
the others won't even notice it ;)

> tsvn:logfilelistenglish (maybe)

That one is really a setting for the whole project. But I guess the
'maybe' means you're not sure about that either.

> Personally I like using logminsize as a reminder to fill in the log
> message before hitting the OK button. But I don't want to inflict my
> personal preferences on my co-workers.

If you don't want to inflict on your co-workers, set the logminsize to
1. It will still remind you to fill in a log message, but won't bother
your co-workers at all - or at least not much. If they insist on
committing with an empty log message, entering *one* space isn't asked
too much.

I fear that if I implement those project settings as user settings
(again), then which would have preference over the other? No matter
what I choose here, some will want the opposite. So yet another config
option to set the preference. But then, should that option be a user
or a project config? ....
I guess you can see where this would lead us to...


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