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Re: Feature requests

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2007-07-04 10:29:25 CEST

On 04/07/07, Cameron Stone <camerons@cse.unsw.edu.au> wrote:
> I have three requests for features. These are to speed tasks that are
> often performed, but not regularly performed. These may need updates in
> svn as well to do them properly, but I'm sure tortoise could fake it.
> If it's already possible to do these things, please let me know.
> 1) streamline import process: When I want to add version control to a
> directory, I'd like to be able to do that in one go, rather than
> importing, then checking out a working copy.

Not quite one step, but better than import:

It is in the documentation for the forthcomin 1.5.0 release, but will
work just as well with the current 1.4.x release.

> 2) intelligent import process: Add a confirmation dialogue with check
> boxes to selectively import files, with excluded files being added to
> ignore properties where appropriate.

See above.

> 3) simplify removing from version control: Allow with context menu
> action, instead of four step copy file/dir to another location, execute
> svn delete, copy back, add to ignore property

In 1.5.0 there is an option to delete an item from subversion without
deleting the local file/folder.

You still have to ignore manually, but there's not much we can do
about that. TSVN doesn't know whether it should ignore MyFile.obj or
*.obj, or indeed whether the item is already covered by something in
the ignore list which was added after the item was versioned.


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Received on Wed Jul 4 10:29:12 2007

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