> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stefan Küng [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Monday, October 31, 2005 8:44 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: Feature Request: Allow the Repo-Browser URL dialog to be
> Robert Schneider wrote:
> > Is there no chance to get this to work anyhow? I also stumbled across
> > this quit often. Is it too much effort?
> > Sorry, if I misunderstand it. But I could imagine that there is a
> > button that fetches the log history of the repository. Then a combo
> > box could be populated, like in the working copy commit dialog. The
> > log history could be related to the files/folders you are currently
> > working on in the repo browser. In case of doubt there could be more
> > messages, e.g. of the whole repository (or repositories?). At first
> > of course the latest 100 messages and only if wished some further
> > ones.
> Let me explain how the log history works:
> - every time you write a log message and commit or cancel the commit
> dialog, it is stored in the registry (HKCU, so only *you* have access to
> - To separate your different working copies, we check the UUID of the
> working copy and use that to store the log messages in a UUID subkey.
> In the repository browser, you don't have a working copy, you're working
> directly on the repository itself. Sure, we could ask the repository
> itself for its UUID and then use that to find the old stored messages,
> but that would require yet another round trip to the repo, and you might
> not even have messages stored for that UUID/Repository.
Is the round trip a problem? Especially if it is NOT the default behaviour but rather a feature that can be set in the settings dialog or be performed by a button click in the log dialog.
Another way I could imagine would be some predefined messages (not only a single one like it is at the moment) or message templates that are editable by the user. These could be used in the repo browsers log message dialog but also in the wc commit dialog.
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Received on Mon Oct 31 08:16:31 2005