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

From: Peter McNab <mcnab_p_at_melbpc.org.au>
Date: 2005-10-22 10:31:06 CEST

Stefan Küng wrote:

> 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?
I'm unsure why, just assumed that clicking in the white space of a
checkout of the repository root was nonsensical to svn.
See the screen shot attached. (rev 4715).

>> 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.
> Stefan
I accept there may be outstanding issues to be worked through and
decided to raise this while you are working in that area of code.


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