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Re: TortoiseOverlays 1.1.0

From: Adrian Buehlmann <adrian_at_cadifra.com>
Date: Thu, 18 Mar 2010 23:01:36 +0100

On 18.03.2010 22:37, Stefan Küng wrote:
>> It is a drawback in the sense that we have no control over what is in
>> the HKCU TortoiseOverlays drop settings currently from the TortoiseHg
>> GUI. It is currently only controlled by TortoiseSVN settings GUI.
> But in an unreleased version of TSVN. There's still plenty of time for
> you until the next version of TSVN is released.

Good point.

>> And it was a surprising to see that being introduced (a new setting
>> affecting all tortoises).
> Why was this surprising?
> If you hadn't checked the code, you wouldn't even have noticed it
> because it wouldn't have affected your client at all.

I'm not really fond of not to know about new global settings. Even if
it's only per user.

>> But as soon as the mechanism is implemented for unlocked and readonly
>> too, it makes sense for us as well.
> I may have this ready this weekend. But don't count on it.

It is not my intention to press you on anything. You have alreay done a
lot for this and I really really do appreciate that.

If I may ask a possibly stupid additional question (apologies for being
greedy again):

Would it make sense to have a common overlay settings tool that could be
used by all Tortoises (in the longer run)?

I mean, it is just a GUI tool that is missing here... Now it seems all
Tortoises have to provide it.


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