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Feature Request: Search for changed work copies

From: Ivan Cenov <i_cenov_at_botevgrad.com>
Date: 2006-10-24 09:30:54 CEST


It happens sometimes to me to work on several projects in one day.
(I have to work on many small projects). In such case, I sometimes forget
to commit some of them. Thus here is my idea for a new function of TSVN:
Searching for locally changed (against bases) work copies.
Par example I have D:\PRJ as my root directory for all my projects.
This directory is not under SVN control, but it contains many projects
with SVN work copies inside. Is it possible when right-clicking on it
(D:\PRJ) to be
available a menu command "Search for changed work copies". This command
should go recursively through the directory tree under D:\PRJ and will,
at least,
create report (something like log messages list). Then if the user wants
to commit,
he will right-click on the corresponding line of this report to activate
commit dialog.

I understand that this will be effective for comparisons against locally
stored bases
so an option could be set by default to compare against them. The user
may be
allowed to select between the base and repository HEAD (if he has fast
access to]
the repos).

Ivan Cenov

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