> On Tue, May 3, 2011 at 12:27, Daniel Klima <danklima at gmail dot com> wrote:
> >> On 01.05.2011 20:30, Daniel Klima wrote:
> >> > Addenum:
> >> >
> >> > After further tests I discovered "side" effect.
> >> > (Most probably intended effect which I didn't realise)
> >> >
> >> > It ignores all externals.
> >> >
> >> > Seems another way needed. (Beside using "update to" and remembering which WCs need that.
> >> Can you be more specific? What externals are ignored?
> >> Maybe if you could provide an example?
> >> Stefan
> > Fresh checkout of TortoiseSVN/trunk (all externals downloaded)
> > Subsequent update ignores all externals.
> > (Happens with IncludeExternals set to false - name seems to suggest it is intended effect)
> It ignores *local* changes to the svn:externals property by default
> now. Only if you commit the changes, the default update will also
> update the externals.
> If you want to have 'update' respect your local modifications to the
> svn:externals property, you have to do so in the "update to revision"
> dialog now.
> However if you mean the externals are ignored even if committed, then
> that's a bug.
Ok. Would it be possible to add another Advanced option which would work like option in "update to" dialog,but for regular update?
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Received on 2011-05-03 16:40:12 CEST