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Re: "Check for Modification" dialog - possible enhancement?

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-16 19:43:54 CEST

Jeff Godfrey wrote:
> Hello,
> At the bottom of the "Check for Modifications" dialog, there are
> the following 3 checkboxes...
> [ ] Show unversioned files
> [ ] Show unmodified files
> [ ] Show ignored files
> Also, there is information on the "Lowest revision" and the "Highest
> revision" found. The lowest and highest rev info appears to consider
> all of the files that *could* be shown in the dialog (as if the 3 above
> checkboxes were all checked). It seems to me that it might make
> more sense if the "low" and "high" range information were gleaned
> from the info as filtered by the above checkboxes.

Actually, it shows the lowest/highest revision of the whole working copy
tree below the one you selected to bring up the dialog.

> For instance, in my current view, the "low rev" and "high rev" currently
> read "2" and "13" respectively. If I "check" all the boxes (to show all
> files), that's actually correct, but, by default - I have that dialog
> set with
> all the boxes *unchecked* (to show only legitimate modifications). In
> that case, the *visible* files actually have revision ranges from 11-13.
> I'd like to see that reflected in the reported revision ranges.

What would that information be good for?
I don't like the idea of showing different information there without
knowing why.


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