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Re: Feature Request: Search for changed work copies

From: Ivan Cenov <i_cenov_at_botevgrad.com>
Date: 2006-10-24 10:28:53 CEST

Milen A. Radev wrote:
> On 24/10/06, Ivan Cenov <i_cenov@botevgrad.com> wrote:
>> Hello,
>> 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.
> That information is already there - just look for "red" folders. Or
> may be I am missing something?
> [...]

I know about icon overlays, if you mean them. But to see them I should
manually walk through the directory tree. Why to do this mechanical work,
if this could be done for me by TSVN - faster and error-free ?
My work copies are not at next level under D:\PRJ but deeper. Well,
you may suggest that if I open Windows Explorer with tree view to the left,
I will see work copies after I open the whole D:\PRJ tree. But this is still
mechanical work and does not guaranties that one will see all icons with "!"
on them (if he is in hurry or is simply tired). So I find this function,
if would be
implemented, useful for the people.

Ivan Cenov

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