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Re: Where Am I? Option

From: Andy Peters <devel_at_latke.net>
Date: 2006-08-19 01:13:45 CEST

On Aug 18, 2006, at 4:32 AM, Rob Wilkerson wrote:

> I've been looking around and I can't find any way to quickly access
> the repository URL for my working copy. I've enabled the SVNUrl
> column in Windows Explorer, but I've come to really like the way
> Subclipse displays, at the top level, the repository path of my
> working copy. Is there an easy way to get that information from
> Tortoise? Even something in the context menu?
> It would be really nice to, at a quick glance, know *exactly* where my
> working copy was checked out from.

In your regular Explorer window, make sure you're always in "View
Details" mode (which shows file name, type, size, date modified,
attributes, etc.) From the explorer menu, choose the menu item View-
>Choose Details.

You'll see that some obvious Subversion-related options are
available! Among them are SVN Status, SVN Revision, SVN URL, SVN
Lock Owner and a couple of others. Choose the options you want to see
displayed. Now simply widen your Explorer window and the new SVN-
related columns will be visible.

Make sure you make the change applicable to ALL Explorer views by
choosing Tools->Folder Options, then choose the View tab, then click
"Apply To All Folders." Now all of your Explorer views should
default to the Details view with the Subversion columns visible.


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Received on Sat Aug 19 01:13:57 2006

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