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Re: Add "SVN Quick Add and Commit"?

From: Oto BREZINA <otik_at_printflow.eu>
Date: Tue, 26 Oct 2010 23:08:16 +0200

On 2010-10-26 16:30, Aaron wrote:
> Hi there, thanks for the fast response!
> If you're only committing new files over long periods of time, it's
> not such a big deal, but we're currently using SVN over a LAN and are
> needing to rapidly add individual files to the repository continually
> throughout the day.
> The below animation demonstrates both the problem and then the ideal
> solution.
> http://www.zanmgt.com/aaron/quick-add-and-commit.gif
> "SVN Quick Add And Commit..." only shows up for selected files that
> have not been added or committed to the repository yet.
If you read Stefans answer you get solution with 4 step solution - I
will not make such nice video, but hope it will be clear.

First I would like to fix your solution:
1. mark files
2. select Add and commit
3. write log message !
4. hit ok to commit change

Actual/Stefan solution is:
1. on upper directory select commit
2. Mark files for commit
  - I'm using version from trunk where short selection commands exists
(e.g. Check: non-versioned)
3. write log message
4. hit ok to commit change

 From this point of view I don't see any real gain from your solution
over implemented one.


Note: never commit without log :)
TSVN have a nice feature minlogsize

Oto BREZINA, Printflow s.r.o., EU
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