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Re: [TSVN] Feature request - resizable panes in "Log Messages" dialog

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2005-03-07 18:52:56 CET

Steve Dwire wrote:
> Sometimes when Iím looking at the Log Messages dialog, Iím interested in
> the message for a particular revision. Sometimes, Iím interested in the
> list of changed files, and sometimes, Iím most interested in the
> revision history summary itself. Unfortunately, when I make the dialog
> larger, I canít control the size of the panes inside. This is
> especially true of the top pane with the revision history. Nothing I do
> will let me make that pane larger.

Can someone please file an issue about this? This has been requested now
several times, but I never got around to implement this...

> Would it be possible to let me drag the little dividers between the
> three panes so I can resize the panes to let me focus on the part of the
> dialog Iím most interested in? (Well, of course I know itís possible,
> but is it something that could be done in a near-term release? Pretty
> please??) If it werenít such a challenge to get the core Subversion
> code and all its dependencies set up for compiling, Iíd probably go in
> there and add the feature myself. Unfortunately, thatís a hurdle I
> havenít been able to get past yet.

These are not dividers you see there. There are no dividers. So
implementing this would take some time...

Stefan

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