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Re: [TSVN] Manually specifying dirs/files to commit in large trees

From: Markus Fischer <markus_at_fischer.name>
Date: 2005-08-24 15:11:01 CEST


Stefan Küng wrote:
>> current when I select commit in tortoise explorer menu it goes through
>> all directories which can take some time.
>> Sometimes I exactly know which files I modified and only want to
>> specifiy the few to commit. Like I can add files manually to the list,
>> which idially also provides filename completion and then commit.
>> Although this sounds more like a command line client behaviour it
>> would be nice to have an interface like this (because of the diffing
>> feature).
> Select the files you want to commit, then right-click, choose "commit".
> You don't have to right-click on a folder for the commit to work.

thanks, I'm aware of this. But this doesn't work very well if the files
are scattered around over multiple directories. Currently the complete
directory tree is around 300MB (without .svn control directories). It
really would speed up things.

Changesets and Drag & Drop like Robin Pellatt says seems also like a
very very good idea :)

- Markus

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