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Omit externals during commit?

From: Markus Fischer <markus_at_fischer.name>
Date: 2006-09-13 21:14:16 CEST

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I can update a WC and omit externals, but I couldn't find a way to this
also with commiting. In our project we reference externals and
unfortunately our directory layout requires them to be so in the tree so
they can always checked when I need to commit something. I fear somehow
that this is connected to the underlying svn client library because I
can't find this feature either in the command line version ...

On a related note: is is somehow possible to drag and drop
directories/files to be commited into the appropriate window or will it
be available? With the command line client it's easy because you can
quickly only provide the files/dirs to commit on the shell, so you can
very selective commit only subparts of directories, however this doesn't
seem to be possible with TSVN. Example:


I now only want to commit dir3 and dir5 but currently I have to select
commit on dir1 and wait until the whole tree is checked (just imagine
that the dir4 is *very huge* and takes *lots of time*).

- - Markus
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