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Re: Feature request

From: Peter McNab <mcnab_p_at_melbpc.org.au>
Date: 2007-02-26 00:39:19 CET

Nick Lindridge wrote:
> Hi Stefan
>> Ok, I don't understand. What's the big difference between a single click
>> and a doubleclick? I really don't think that a single click is faster
>> than a doubleclick?
>> (you know that you can doubleclick on the files in the commit dialog to
>> diff them?)
> I know, I mentioned this. When checking in, I'll generally either diff a
> file in Explorer and then commit, or select commit and select the diff
> from there with the double click. For one file this is fine, but when
> there are multiple files it's quite time consuming and non-optimal. This
> is one reason why the suggestion of being able to record commit comments
You can always create a text file and add commit messages as you wish.
Then at commit time cut and paste to the message dialog.


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Received on Mon Feb 26 00:39:39 2007

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