> On 05.05.2011 09:22, Hans-Emil Skogh wrote:
> >>>>> It ignores all externals.
> > ...
> >> 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.
> > Oh! I think this is pretty bad. It really flies in the face of all
> > test-before-you-commit practices. :-( If this change goes through I
> > think I'll be seeing a lot more of broken commits, where externals
> > are involved...
> > Is there any way we can improve this on the TSVN-side? Either by
> > making an update always honor the current WC state of all
> > svn:externals properties (my preference), or by adding a checkbox to
> > the edit svn:externals dialog that does the update automatically if
> > the external is changed (hopefully default-checked..).
> I'll add an option to change the default.
> The current default is what the CL client will use as its default too,
> because checking for local mods to external props takes a long time and
> this was done for performance reasons.
Considering number of exterenals in some projects/repos (like gpuocelot) any time lost on this will be far outweighted by time lost on externals.
Gpuocelot - https://gpuocelot.googlecode.com/svn/trunk
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Received on 2011-05-06 04:57:21 CEST