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RE: Proposal: Undo add

From: Davison, Steve D <steve.d.davison_at_intel.com>
Date: 2007-10-25 22:53:34 CEST

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Simon Large
>Hi folks,
>Using 'Revert' to undo an unintentional add is not intuitive to a lot
>of people. We've had several erroneous bug reports on the subject. How
>about changing the 'Revert' menu item to 'Undo add' if the selected
>items are all newly added?

Even better, why not make the Delete option go away for items not
yet committed, or if it can't be removed from the menu, add a
warning? I don't see any good outcome from using SVN DEL on a
file not in the repository, can anybody else think of a use

Can context menus even make the decision to remove or change an
item in real time?

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Received on Thu Oct 25 22:53:44 2007

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