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Re: [TSVN] Set file attributes

From: SteveKing <stefankueng_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-04-29 08:57:34 CEST

2005/4/29, Adam Pond <coderpond@yahoo.com.au>:

> I couldn't find this mentioned in the issue tracking DB, but that doesn't
> necessarily mean it's not there.
> I would like to propose tortoise make use of the Archieve attribute for
> files, found in the advance section of the properties (at least on XP it
> is). If done correctly, it would enable users to sort by attributes in
> windows explorer and have all files that have been modified since checkout
> grouped together. Having recently converted from VSS, this was something
> that I did regularly as files that were not checked out were marked as read
> only. Currently, to do the same thing with tortoise, I have to visually scan
> for files with the glyph changed, or use the "check for modifications"
> option in tortoise on the parent folder.

So you want to sort your files in explorer detailed view by the
'modified' state?
Right-click on the explorer columns, choose "more...', then, select
'SVN Status' as the new column to show. Now you can sort by that
column - much better than misusing the archive flag.


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