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Re: [TSVN] Set file attributes

From: Steve Williams <stevewilliams_at_kromestudios.com>
Date: 2005-04-29 08:36:31 CEST

Adam Pond wrote:
> 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 attribute****s***** 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.

You can already do this.

Go to Explorer, right-click on the column headers, select "More...".
Scroll down to see that there are some SVN columns that can be added to
the window. Check 'SVN Status'. Click 'Ok'.

Now you can sort by SVN status.

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Received on Fri Apr 29 09:06:39 2005

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