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Re: HTML Escape in properties

From: Jason Dunham <jdunham_at_sfis.com>
Date: 2007-08-27 09:03:21 CEST

Alexander Klenin wrote:
> On 8/25/07, Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn@gmail.com> wrote:
>> But I'll use this:
>> http://issues.tortoisesvn.net/index.php?do=details&task_id=380
>> as an opportunity to add another edit control with the escaped URL in it. :)
> Or perhaps it is better to simply put 'Copy escaped URL to clipboard'
> button, since I think there is no reason for the user to look at the
> escaped URL, just copy-paste it.
I would agree. My URLs usually don't usually fit within the width of
the properties window anyway. If I really care where the file is
stored, then I use the Repo Browser.

In truth, it would be better to have "copy URL to clipboard" right in
the TortoiseSVN menu, since it would be a lot easier than navigating to
the svn tab on the properties page.

Failing that, it might be nice to have the URL on the TortoiseSVN ->
Properties page. It actually took quite a while to train myself to look
for the SVN properties on the Windows property page. For the first few
months, I would always look for the properties in the TSVN menu, and
then after a few seconds of not finding it, remember that I had to look


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