Bernhard Merkle wrote:
> On Jun 6, 3:58 pm, Stefan Küng <tortoise..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
>> Bernhard Merkle wrote:
>>> Hi there,
>>> when adding larger filesets with TortoiseSVN via the add command we
>>> are missing two important feature:
>>> 1. de/selecting files via extensions (e.g. *.bin, *.pch etc)
>> Right-click on the list view header, choose "file extension".
>> Then you have a new column showing the file extensions. Click on that
>> header to sort by the extension.
>> Select (Shift-Click) all extensions you want, then check one of the
>> selected files which makes all the selected files checked.
> Thanks, this is really useful.
> what about using the explorer default settings ? I think this would me
> a bit more intuitive for the average user (esp. since TTSVN _is_ a
> explorer plugin)
What do you consider as "explorer default settings"? The extension is
not shown by default (at least not on Vista). And I think it's more
important for the TSVN dialogs to show the status columns than the
Also: once you've enabled the extension (or any other) column for a
specific dialog (add/revert/...) that setting will be remembered the
next time you show the same dialog.
> What about the 2nd feature (a tree view instead of a flat view in the
> add dialog) ?
Sorry, but your second point was not complete. I think you hit "send"
before you were finished with the mail?
Can you explain again what exactly you want?
> I there also some hidden useful feature ?
Since I don't know what you want exactly, I can't tell :)
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Received on 2008-06-06 16:30:25 CEST