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Re: [TSVN] Proposed new feature in Tortoise

From: Rainer Müller <mueller_rainer_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2005-04-15 19:18:35 CEST

Pierrik.Vuilleumier@esa.int wrote:
> Dear Tortoise,
> I'm using your software and in one word : HAPPY !
> My purpose is to keep track of documentation delivered by multiple companies
> within our satellite development project.
> As such, we don't have control over the nomenclature used to name the files
> and it happens often that names include version information.
> For example a file is called myfile-1.doc at issue 1 and myfile-2.doc at
> issue 2.
> In order to keep track of various versions, one must first rename the old
> file to the new name, then over-write it with the actual new file and finally
> commit the change.
> It works fine but I have the feeling this is a recurring process that could
> be automated within Tortoise (e.g. a "Paste" function that would allow
> renaming and over-writing in one go, of course the commit must remain).

Hm, I do not fully understand. You want TortoiseSVN to stop explorer
from pasting files into a folder because there are similar files? Does
not sound good to me...
What is the problem with renaming at all?
You have:

Now just delete example.doc in explorer and then rename example-2.doc to
example.doc. I really don't see the problem...


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