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Re: Misleading Default Text in Commit (Enter Log Message) window

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-05-25 14:14:52 CEST

On 5/25/06, Steve Carter <public@sweavo.34sp.com> wrote:
> When I right-click a folder and commit, the Enter Log Message window
> appears and the file list box says "There have been no changes since the
> last commit"... THEN it goes to look whether any changes have been made.
> This message is not true (I DO have changes to commit), but the only way
> I can tell it hasn't finished checking is to mouse over the list box and
> see a "busy" mousepointer. If I just go ahead and click OK I do not see
> the "busy" indication.
> Suggested fix:
> 1) The text should read "Checking for changes..." until the check is
> complete, only THEN may it say "There are no changes"
> 2) The OK button should be disabled until the check is complete, so that
> I see that I can only cancel at that point.

Very odd. I'm running the same build, but I get "Please wait..." -
*most of the time*. However, if I go high enough in the WC's
directory tree (I normally do not commit from the top level of my WC),
I do see what you're seeing - sometimes. Try it 4 or 5 times, you'll
probably find the same.

It's definitely flaky, I'll agree with you there. But not 100% broken.

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