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Represent svn:externals'd content visually differently?

From: Peter Mounce <pmounce_at_narrowstep.com>
Date: 2007-08-17 10:13:32 CEST

Is it possible to have an overlay in a) Explorer, and/or b) the various dialogs
(especially the commit window) to cue me that a folder is svn:external?
I know there's the yellow warning triangle in the commit window, but that
doesn't tell me which files; only that there are externals selected.

I'm in a place that makes heavy use of externals to share code, and I'm forever
getting that 301: moved permanently error from svn, indicating that I'm trying
to do a more-than-one repository commit. That's the issue I'm wanting help
with, really. I suppose a different approach would be some kind of sequential
commit (but then how would it know the order to commit to repositories in
to not break our CI build without some kind of precedence configuration information

I'm using TSVN 1.4.4 on Windows Vista Ultimate 32bit.


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