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Re: "Keep Commit dialog open" checkbox

From: Tobias Schäfer <tobiasschaefer_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2006-09-24 21:46:15 CEST

Hi Matthias,

nice to see you here :-)

On Saturday 23 September 2006 15:44, Matthias Ludwig wrote:
> * you would have to
> - select the root folder of the project,
> - choose the changed files for the first commit
> - enter the log message
> - commit it
> then you have to repeat the procedure
> This is the reason I would find a checkbox "Keep Commit dialog open" or
> "Reopen Commit dialog" very helpful. The checkbox should remember its
> state, so if you commit single changes you would not be annoyed by
> additional extra-clicks.
> What do you think?

See issue http://tortoisesvn.net/issues/?do=details&id=97

The first and third comments are relevant.

Comment by Simon Large (slarge) - Tuesday, 12 July 2005, 10:03AM Delete
Also requested is an option to re-open the commit dialog automatically after
a commit succeeds. This should be as if the dialog had been freshly opened,
with default items checked and blank message.
This could be implemented as a simple checkbox on the commit dialog itself,
\'Re-open commit dialog when finished\', not checked by default."

"Comment by Stefan Küng (steveking) - Monday, 31 July 2006, 07:32PM
Reopening the commit dialog afte a successful commit should not be done
automatically. It would be the same as reopen it manually - and that's just
one right click away."

Personally I support the comment from Stefan. There is no need for a further
checkbox because your step " select the root folder of the project" is only
one right click away.


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