2011/8/26 Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>:
> On 26.08.2011 19:47, Konstantin Kolinko wrote:
>> 2011/8/26 Stefan Küng<tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>:
>>> On 26.08.2011 15:19, Konstantin Kolinko wrote:
>>>> This is about the dialog that is used to edit the value of
>>>> svn:externals property in TSVN 1.7.
>>>> If I edit svn:external that uses @rev, and specify the same peg and
>>>> operative revisions, it saves it as
>>>> -r operative url_at_peg localname
>>>> 1. In case both revisions are equal I would like the saved value to be
>>>> more simple:
>>>> url_at_peg localname
>>>> Note that in Subversion the operative revision by default equals to the peg one.
>>> Nope, that's not what happened in my tests. The operative revision
>>> defaults to HEAD.
>> That is what happens in mine:
>> \tc7.0.x\trunk>svn up
>> Updating '.':
>> Fetching external item into 'modules\jdbc-pool':
>> External at revision 1162102.
>> At revision 1162183.
> Ok, so you're right.
> But still: what's the harm in specifying the op rev as well? Id doesn't
> have to look pretty, it only has to work correctly.
A magic number that is 7 digits long makes me nervous. I would prefer
to specify it only once.
Anyway the good old "Advanced" edit dialog is still there.
> And adding code to prettify the externals string (which users won't pay
> attention to anyway since the editing is done with the prop dialog)
> would just add the risk of new bugs.
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