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Re: Hide Unrelated paths?

From: Simon Large <simon_at_skirridsystems.co.uk>
Date: 2006-05-15 23:27:05 CEST

Michael Swanson wrote:
> Perhaps I'm missing something, but I've searched the documentation and
> the web and haven't found an explicit definition of what the "Hide
> Unrelated Paths" checkbox is actually doing. Particularly, what are
> unrelated paths? Is this mentioned in the subversion book somewhere? I
> seem to have missed it if it is. Thanks.

Ooh-err, you're right. Thanks for pointing that one out. This is a
TortoiseSVN feature, not Subversion.

Related paths are paths that start with the same path that you got the
log for. If you log a folder, that means anything in that folder or
below it. For a file it means just that file.

The box is tri-state: You can show all items, grey out the unrelated
ones, or hide the unrelated ones completely.


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