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Re: [TSVN] Contect sensitivity ofSVN Revision Graph menu entry.

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-10-22 09:42:53 CEST

Peter McNab wrote:
> Hi devs
> Most (if not all other) menu entries are now only shown when they are
> applicable. However the SVN Revision Graph entry is present in
> situations where clicking on it ultimately ends in a "No graph
> available" message.

And *why* can't it display the graph? Don't you have read access to the
repository root? Or another reason?

> So, is it feasible for TSVN to become selective in it's display of the
> menu entry in some way.?
> In the simplest scenario, either a boolean entry in the .svn folder
> (which might need refreshing on update or commit) or in the registry (yuk).

I was thinking about a new project property 'tsvn:projectroot' which
will take an URL of the project root (which is depending on the repo
layout not the same as the repository root). Then the revision graph
could get the log of that.
But I'm not through yet with working our all
situations/glitches/problems which this may introduce, so it may take a
while before I can implement it.


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