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Re: Color of skipped files in merge is a usability problem

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 27 Sep 2008 09:52:54 +0200

Paulo Eduardo Neves wrote:
> When we do a merge and the branch added a file that is already present
> in my work copy, the merge is skipped. The action is correct, but the
> color of the action/path list in the merge dialog is bugging me.
> I'm responsible to review and merge the changes from our development
> branch to our production branch. Here is the work flow that gets me in
> trouble:
> 1) Merge a bunch of revisions to my work copy.
> 2) Spot a problem and tell someone to fix it.
> 3) Revert the work copy. Now the added files are still there but out
> of version control.
> 4) Transfer other revisions from the development to the production
> branch.
> 5) The developer fix the problem and I merge again the old revisions
> and the new one to my work copy.
> Now I have a problem. Since there's already a file in my work copy,
> when I try to merge, the add file action is skipped. The skipped
> message is in the middle of dozens of other messages and I don't see
> it.
> I merge the revised copy and a file is missing. Our production branch
> is broken.
> I'd like to be able to set as bright red the color of the "Skipped"
> action. Like the "Skipped missing target". It is always an error for
> me.

Done in r14120.


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