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Re: Change Request: UI improvements

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2008 08:34:51 -0500

On Feb 6, 2008 3:46 AM, Remco de Keijzer <remco.de.keijzer_at_meco.nl> wrote:
> In the dialog "SVN Commit", you cannot see any changes that have taken place
> on the server. I know you can see those changes already in "Check for
> modifications". But I believe it can still be very useful to see that
> someone else has already added some new files to the repository.

But if that's happened, your commit will be blocked anyway because you
haven't updated your WC. At most, I'd advocate maybe adding a button
that hooks out TO the "Check for modifications" dialog and
automatically "clicks" the Check Server button, but adding it to this
otherwise streamlined dialog seems clunky.

> Again in the dialog "SVN Commit". It would be nice if you can quickly see
> which files you selected. Maybe by a separate button "Overview" that opens a
> dialog with a list of only the selected files. Or maybe by allowing the user
> to sort on the "selected" column as well as on the "Name" column.
> In both dialogs, "SVN Commit" and "Check for Modifications", it can be
> helpful to see how many files are displayed, and how many files are
> selected.

Are you regularly committing a small number of files out of a larger
set of changed files, to the point where maximizing the Commit dialog
and shrinking the log message window still doesn't show enough items?

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