Re: Repo Browser question
Simon Large wrote:
> 2008/9/12 Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>:
>> Robert Dailey wrote:
>>> What if Directory B did not exist at global repository revision 4?
>>> It only exists at revision 100.
>> Then you can't right-drag.
>>> An awesome feature would be to do this:
>>> 1. Open Repo Browser at HEAD revision
>>> 2. Right click on the folder you wish to copy, select "Copy to..."
>>> 3. Insert the destination URL
>>> 4. There would be new controls added to this dialog to select a
>>> revision of the source to copy, so there might be a "Show Log"
>>> button, a small edit control to type in, just like the "Update to
>>> revision" dialog.
>> How about:
>> 1. Open repo browser at revision 4
>> 2. right click on folder you with to copy, select "Copy to..."
>> 3. insert the destination url
>> 4. source is copied from rev 4 to target url in HEAD.
>> (btw: that's how it works now)
> A minor improvement on this would be to add a browse button to the
> Copy to dialog, which opens another instance of the repo browser.
But then you couldn't use the "Copy to" to copy an url to a local
working copy anymore (equivalent to 'svn cp url wcpath').
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Received on 2008-09-12 23:27:51 CEST
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