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Re: Improvements for the "Check for modifications" dialog

From: Peter McNab <mcnab_p_at_melbpc.org.au>
Date: 2006-02-15 15:38:03 CET

Christian Gudrian wrote:
> Hello!
> There are three things about the above mentioned dialog which could, IMHO, be
> improved:
> 1. One should be able to commit a file. I can update, revert
> and such, but not commit. Is there a reason for that?
Why not? TortoiseSVN 1.4.0, Build 5730 - 32 Bit -dev certainly allows
one, after selecting 1 or more modified files then right click and
bingo, up pups the commit dialog.
I think there was some discussion about whether the menu item commit
should show if no files have been selected. It's caught me a few times.

> 2. After updating the local copy of a remotely modified file
> the list should be updated as well to reflect the new
> working copy state. Currently the just updated file
> is still marked as "remotely modified".
> 3. Add an option to the dialog to automatically check the repository
> regularly.
When I'm on the laptop, away from home and a hard connection I don't
want the damned thing trying to dial out every so often. One of the
great things about svn and TortoiseSVN is that it is really good at not
needing to connect except for
a few actions, such as update, commit, and fetching log messages.


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