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Re: [TSVN] Re: Rename command and the log

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2005-01-12 17:27:58 CET

Simon Large wrote:

> Christian's question is frequent one, mainly I think because this part
> of the interface is not intuitive. I put up an RFC on 2 Dec, but
> re-reading that now, I don't think it will fix the problem either. So
> here is another attempt:
> [ ] Stop on Copy/Rename

That one's good.

> [ ] Get all revisions
> [ Refresh ]

That's not quite correct. The button doesn't just refresh but get's
_all_ log messages from HEAD to 1. When the log dialog is first started,
it only fetches the latest revision (100 by default, configurable in the
settings dialog).

> The stop-on-copy checkbox indicates that it includes renames, which
> alone should reduce the FAQ incidence. It is also sticky (store last
> state in the registry), so you can leave it set the way you like it.
> Personally I would leave it unchecked most of the time, as I have more
> problems with renames than I do with branches.

Making the checkbox sticky isn't good either. Because if the log dialog
is started from the explorer context menu, it should be deactivated
(changed that in revision 2411), but activated when started from the
branch dialog.

So in revision 2411, I changed:
- Make the log dialog non-strict by default.
- Document the /strict param in the docs.
- Rename the checkbox from "Stop on Copy" to "Stop on Copy/Rename" to
make it more clear for end users.

> I know, I know, more work for you, Stefan. But you don't want Will to
> get ahead of you in the statistics graph now, do you ;-)

That always depends on the time period you show the statistics ;)


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