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Re: Re[2]: Working with Changesets in TortoiseSVN. New dialog.

From: Aniruddha Apte <aniapte_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-10-16 11:20:35 CEST

> I recall there was a petition some time ago about re-opening commit
> window after a failed commit, or even after successful ones. If you
> could organize your files in groups (forget the word 'changeset', it
> is confusing) and commit one group at a time having cs1.png opened all
> the time, I would find it very useful.
Yes the "Changeset" term is confusing. Lets just call it "Commit
Grpups" as you suggested instead.

> Of course, drag-and-drop between explorer and that dialog would be
> useful.
Yes I am planning on supporting drag-drop files from explorer. Just
havent gotten around to coding it.

> Also, in the commit dialog, if you could check some files and
> a right-click on 'Create a <whatever-word-here> with these files'
> would popup the cs1.png with a new group with that files... a
> right-click on 'Add these files to <whatever-word-here>...' would be
> great too... And some more things...
Yes many such options can be implemented. Its just that we need to
think carefully as it would clutter the right-click options.

> It should be described a little more, but I like the idea. Commit
> dialog should stay as it is, so you are not forced to group-files in
> order to commit. But if you want to, this could be a good way to
> achieve it.
The dialogs in the screenshot were implemented. They'r not just
touched up bitmaps.


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