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Re: Omit externals during commit?

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-14 17:27:00 CEST

Markus Fischer wrote:
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> Simon Large wrote:
>> TSVN commit is actually equivalent to a series of SVN commands. The
>> first part which populates the commit file list is 'svn status -v'. This
>> is probably the bit you want to skip externals in. But I see no easy way
>> of adding this to our commit dialog without adding (yet) another context
>> menu entry for 'Commit special' similar to Update/Update to revision.
>
> That would be great :-)

I don't quite see the problem here: the commit dialog shows you which
files you *can* commit. You can simply deselect all the files in
externals folders.

Stefan

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