Re: Check Repository "taint"
Thomas G. Mayfield wrote:
> I generally keep a Check for Modifications dialog open, so I can easily
> see what I have different in my working copy, and review changes before
> committing. And when other developers are active, that Check Repository
> button is wonderful, especially with it using the built-in diff viewer.
> The problem is that refreshing a Check for Modifications dialog after
> Check Repository has been hit once always checks the repository
> thereafter--which is indeed useful behavior. What I would like to see
> is some indication that repository checking is enabled. Maybe include
> "Connected" in the title bar, or disable the Check Repository button
> (after the check is complete) and set its caption to "Repository will be
> checked", or add a label to the left of it. Basically, some way of
> indicating that future refreshes will include a request to the repository.
> I'll be the first to admit it's a bit of a frivolous feature, but it's
> one of those 10-second waits that adds up (when dealing with
> repositories with slower upstream connections).
As of r12327, refreshing does not contact the repository anymore.
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Received on 2008-03-12 17:42:39 CET
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