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Re: Feature request: right-to-left alignment in commit dialog

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2007-05-31 23:02:59 CEST

On 31/05/07, Ori Avtalion <oavtal@bezeqint.net> wrote:
> Stefan Kng wrote:
> > Ori Avtalion wrote:
> >> Thinking forward, perhaps it's a good idea to remember the last-used
> >> alignment.
> >
> > That would not be good, because each project might have different
> > settings. If we ever do that, I think it would be better to assign the
> > RTL/LTR setting to the tsvn:language property.
> >
> Alignment has nothing to do with how the data is stored in subversion.
> It's a visual change only. (That's why it's a nice-to-have - it doesn't
> make TSVN unusable).

No, but most projects have all their log messages in one language.
This one has log messages in english, even though Stefan speaks mainly

If you work on a variety of projects, you might have some with english
log messages and some with hebrew log messages, so having a project
property to define the default would be more useful than a global
default. A bit like the difference between global ignores and

> For example, if I commit a piece of text, I can go into the log window
> and press ctrl+r_shift to see it correctly.

Of course you still need this to override the default.


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