RE: Display list of updates
From: Todd C. Gleason <tgleason_at_impac.com>
Date: Fri, 1 May 2009 09:25:02 -0700
> -----Original Message-----
Like I said, I don't blame you. I wouldn't either, for the same reasons.
> > On to the specific problem mentioned above...I think I have a similar
> Sorting the columns is not really suitable, since the user can rearrange
I don't follow how rearranging columns relates to sorting on them. Just because the user may switch "Path" and "Property status" doesn't seem to connect to the possibility that a script might want to pop this window up so you can review changes pre-sorted by Path, Author, or Revision. It would be great to have something like, for example, /sortby=Revision /sortorder=Descending
That said, it's a nice-to-have, because it's quick to re-sort using any column (much quicker than waiting for Check repository to return).
> > Asking for external control over the view does not seems like an
Right--the key is whether the task requires a GUI. Now you could argue that my task doesn't--everything I do with generated files could be done by an intelligent script. But it isn't painful enough to do with the slick TSVN UI for me to go to that level of scripting...at least not yet. So instead I've settled on the simpler goal of making the GUI work as efficiently for me as possible.
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