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Re: [TSVN] Commit does not allow to show unversioned files

From: Martin Eckardt <Martin.Eckardt_at_micronova.de>
Date: 2004-12-17 13:06:54 CET

SteveKing wrote:

> Norbert Unterberg wrote:
>> TortoiseSVN 1.1.1, Build 2075, UNICODE
>> The new sticky "Show unversioned files" setting in the commit dialog
>> conflicts with the "There is nothing to do here" commit optimization.
>> When you have a working copy and you select "SVN commit", and the
>> "Show unversioned files" setting has previously been turned off, then
>> TSVN reports "nothing to do" even if there have been added
>> unversioned files. HOwever, you never get a chance to enable the
>> "show unversioned files" setting because TSVN closes the dialog
>> before you can click on it.
>> Yes, you can always select "Add", but when you are used to that
>> feature of commit you find this new behaviour annoying.
> Suggestions on how to solve this problem? Getting rid of the "nothing
> to do" dialog?

And simply deactivate the commit button.

I see two advantages:
1. You could press F5 to refresh the list
2. show unversioned files checkbox is accessible

You are also one click ahead to close the dialog. But you should create
a bubble box saying that it's nothing to do, otherwise someone is
waiting until some items appear.

> Stefan

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Received on Fri Dec 17 13:07:05 2004

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