Doucette, Charles wrote:
> One of my colleagues defined a pre-commit check to
> a) ensure consistent formatting
> b) ensure consistent application of svn properties (eol-style and keywords)
> Recently, I attempted to commit some files, and one or more of my files
> failed this pre-commit check.
> In the past, I could simply fix the offending file(s), find the
> original proposed log message among the recent messages, and then
> recommit the batch.
> Now, I am using version 1.4.8, and that message no longer seems to
> appear in the recent messages.
> Is that a bug or a feature?
> I prefer the old behavior, and hope that I can convince the maintainers
> to return it, either in 1.4.x and/or in 1.5.
It hasn't changed. It's still there. But if you don't see it there, then
something is wrong.
* check the access rights to HKCU\Software\TortoiseSVN\History (you need
write access to that registry key - usually that's the default, but some
overly stupid 'security' apps remove those rights)
* you have to wait in the commit dialog until the files appear, only
then are the last commit log entries available, not before
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Received on 2008-04-30 22:23:47 CEST