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Re: REQUEST: show the author, date and time when doing an SVN update

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-08-02 20:33:21 CEST

Daevid Vincent wrote:
> Well, i was going to use your bug tracker, and registered, but never got
> an email with my password. *sigh*
>
> Anyways, I have a feature request.
>
> When I do an SVN Update, it would be nice to see the (last) author of
> that particular changed file too. You show the filename, and mimetype,
> another column would be useful. In fact how about showing the
> date/time the file was changed too. In large projects, it's useful to
> know. We have 25+ developers and I want to know at a glance who is
> working and also, should something go wrong with a file I just checked
> out (say it was only a file or two, but it broke my build) then I know
> who to blame and talk to immediately without having to hunt the name
> down in another web tool.

I'm sorry, but that's not possible. Subversion doesn't provide that
information during an update, and TSVN can only show you the information
it gets.
But you can click on the "Show Log..." button after the update has
finished to see all the revisions you updated. You can see all the
authors including the log messages there just fine.

> Would love to see a Linux (and maybe Mac) version BTW.

But definitely not from us - we're busy enough with TSVN.

Stefan

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Received on Thu Aug 2 20:31:47 2007

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