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Re: Bug or Feature? Commit Selection ignored

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-15 19:58:34 CEST

Slim and Steve wrote:

> I never told RSVN to just commit everything and the girl, I walked through a
> list of files that were modified etc. and might be subject to commit. It
> happened that I checkmarked all suggested files for commit. The same may happen
> in DOS, and SVN would not *assume* because I had included all files suggested by
> svn status in the -F filelist I would want to include all files modified
> furtheron some time later, too (I hope it does not!). Either there is a list to
> edit or checkmark, and then only these should be committed, or there is a dot or
> some other option to take everything without further inspection. The check/
> uncheck all option is no argument, it's a convenience or else it should disable
> the checkboxes in the list.
>
> Probably this is not possible as Stefan Fuhrmann indicated with reference to SVN
> libraries, and probably no one else has the silly idea to continue with some
> other work if a commit fails due to an unavailable server or down network
> connection (or isn't that one reason why the commit dialog conveniently pops up
> again in case of failure?), especially if standby/hibernation have nothing to do
> with this as you say. Yeah, convenience may have a penalty over safty here.

http://issues.tortoisesvn.net/?do=details&task_id=339

Stefan

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