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Re: SVN Commit... Finished! (with error from the server)

From: Peter McNab <mcnab_p_at_melbpc.org.au>
Date: 2005-11-22 15:06:08 CET

Bosnjak Zoran ITWEP1 wrote:

>In our repository the pre-commit hook rejects a commit if it doesn't
>like log message or any other property. The error message is corectly
>transfered back to the client and is displayed in red. The user end up
>with only "OK" button.
>The problem is that log message is lost in the case of rejected commit.
>User has to write it all over again. Typically on 5th rejected commit,
>he/she learns to copy log message to clipboard just before commit...
>just in case.
>I recommend one of the folowing extensions:
>- if there is an error, "OK" button should automaticly reopen initial
>commit window with original log message in it, same selected files...
>- add new button "copy log to clipboard", so when the user gets error,
>he/she can get back old log message, and then close the window with "OK"
When you open the commit dialog, do you see a button marked "Recent
Messages" or "History" or a combo box close to the commit log window?
If so, is your last commit message not stored there for instant retrieval?



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Received on Tue Nov 22 14:13:25 2005

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