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feature requests

From: Michael Nirschl <Michael.Nirschl_at_softwire.co.uk>
Date: 2006-06-01 17:14:58 CEST



We have moved our system to SVN recently and are very happy with the
improvements over CVS.


There are 2 small features we used while on CVS which would make it an
even better experience for us:


1.) For our purposes we prefer to have more than the standard number
of lines context when creating patches. Would it be possible to make
this configurable somewhere in the settings ? So far the setting don't
contain any section for patches.

2.) We use a framework for our UI developments which we keep in a
separate repository that is assumed to be in a subdirectory of the main
project checkout. Also, we have some customer modules which are placed
in similar ways. Currently we could create links to the framework
repository to keep the directory structure, but this is prone to break
when changing URL's (branches on CVS). Is there any way that SVN could
just know that a sub directory is a SVN checkout, and apply commands
like changing URL (branch) or creating a patch recursively across
repository boundaries ?


Thanks very much for the good work and kind regards,


Michael Nirschl

Received on Thu Jun 1 17:23:37 2006

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