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Re: Omit externals during commit?

From: Gavin Lambert <tsvn_at_mirality.co.nz>
Date: 2006-09-15 01:32:40 CEST

Quoth Stefan Küng:
> 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.

Speaking of (apologies if this is thread hijacking): in TSVN 1.3.x the
commit dialog shows all things that have changed, including externals.
However if I go to commit everything (including changes from both the
primary working copy and the external, and both to the same repo), it
gives me an error (don't recall the exact text, but it was something
along the lines of "subfolder appears to be a different working copy,
cannot commit, please cleanup").

I've heard vague mutterings that this behaves better (ie. actually
commits both changes as a single revision) in 1.4.0. Is that true?

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Received on Fri Sep 15 01:33:10 2006

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