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Re: [TSVN] Feature Request: log messages in commit dialog

From: Molle Bestefich <molle.bestefich_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-04-05 19:51:24 CEST

Rainer Müller wrote:
>> Sometimes I enter a rather lengthy log message in a commit dialog. If
>> I hit OK and then the commit fails to connect, I don't have the option
>> to try the same commit (files and log message). This isn't a big deal,
>> but when I'm on a unreliable connection with my laptop it can be an
>> inconvenience to have to retype the exact same log message and also
>> select/deselect appropriate files.
> No, the log message is saved in the log message history. Just use the
> dropdown and choose it. But yes, you have to reselect the files...
> There was a discussion about this behavior a few months ago, but IIRC
> this behavior was found the best without going in too deep into
> usability. Imagine, if the selection was kept, what to do, if you commit
> from another directory? Still store it or forget about it? So it was
> decided that this is not stored.

Storing seems real bad.
But leaving the commit dialog open if a commit fails could be OK?
(Eg. just hiding it when commit is clicked, then making it visible
again on failures?)

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Received on Wed Apr 6 18:07:36 2005

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