Re: Filtering changes to svn:mergeinfo properties
Dariusz Olszewski wrote:
> At my company we use subversion for about 8 month now. Our repository
> grows quite quickly - we have made about 15.000 commits so far. Since
> we share quite a lot of code between our projects, we use merging *A
> LOT*. Currently we are in the situation where merges to/from our
> library of shared code result in changing of around 300 directories
> with explicit merge info.
> It is now extremely difficult to see actual code changes among all
> those svn:mergeinfo property changes.
> We would like to have an ability to filter these changes in the
> Tortoise SVN UI - the most important part is the panel with modified
> files list in the log window.
> I understand that the problem should be probably solved in the
> underlying subversion libraries, but it seems it will not happen soon
> (I have already asked about it on the subversion users mailing list -
> At this moment this our *top* usability problem with
> Do you see any chances to solve it just in the UI layer of Tortoise?
> Maybe a simplfied solution to filter all items where there is only a
> property change?
Problem is that TSVN doesn't get the information in the log whether a
path only has property changes or content changes. And to get that
information with other API's would be way too slow.
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Received on 2009-04-23 19:13:39 CEST
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