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Re: [TSVN] Determining if a file was added with history

From: Matt Doran <matt.doran_at_papercut.biz>
Date: 2005-08-18 01:01:18 CEST

Rainer Müller wrote:

>>-0. I really don't want another one column there, I think for most of
>>us it is not going to be useful. But if someone want it, it won't hurt
>>*if and only if* it is place on the very right of the window.
>Right. That's why I added that is could be optional. Now I would say it should
>definitely be optional.

On the commit dialog there are less columns, so should be less of a
problem. And on the check for mods dialog, the "remote" columns are
only really needed if you are checking the remote status. I think it's
important to have a way to get this information somehow. It's one of
the few things that the cmd-line client provides by Tortoise does not.

But how about going for an approach similar to the cmd-line client? In
the "Text Status" column a "+" could be appended if the file is added
with history. That way you get a visual cue that it's added with
history, without having to squeeze another column in.

Received on Thu Aug 18 01:01:58 2005

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