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Re: [TSVN] what happened to the default merge From URL

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2005-07-06 19:39:48 CEST

Simon Large wrote:
> OK, that makes more sense now.
> Let me outline another common use case:
> Following TSVN 1.1.3 release some bugfixes need to be ported across from
> trunk to make the 1.1.4 release. These affect various bits of TSVN, so
> they are spread all over the tree.
> Switch working copy to branches/release_1.1.3 (same level as trunk)
> Merge r2580 from trunk
> Merge r2636 from trunk
> Merge r2682 from trunk
> ...
> So in this case, having the URL flip back to the branches URL is a pain.
> Whichever way we do this someone is going to be upset.
> 1. Add a button to copy the WC URL to the From URL.
> That's another button in the merge dialog, and I am not sure that its
> use is very intuitive.
> 2. Your suggestion, always start with From URL == WC URL.
> That works for everyone, but it is extra clicking for our use case to go
> back to the last-used URL. Is it more intuitive? I don't know.
> 3. Add a settings option to select between last-used URL and WC URL.
> The settings dialog is already overcrowded, and you don't want to
> mention options while Stefan is listening.
> 4. Save the last-used WC URL. On next merge, if the WC URL is the same
> as last time, pick the last-used From URL. Otherwise pick the WC URL.
> This one has some mileage, and no additional UI required. Might be
> awkward to explain, but no more so than option 2.
> Thoughts anyone?

Added an option for this in revision 3838.


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