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Re: Omit externals during commit?

From: Markus Fischer <markus_at_fischer.name>
Date: 2006-09-15 08:33:24 CEST

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Stefan Küng wrote:
> 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.

Our directory tree is large. Going through all directories takes
*minutes*. Now, this is without externals. Going additional through the
external takes another *minutes*. Our externals are scattered through
the directory structure at various places, it is impossible change this
structure. But usually, it is not desired to also commit changes in
externals, this is done separately.

That's why omitting would help a lot.

Under unix, typically, I would just pass the directories I want to
commit on the command line, to have all changes in one revision. This is
not yet possible under TSVN, at least I don't see how.

thanks,
- - Markus
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