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Re: Feature Request: Option to *always* commit all the changes in the *entire* working copy.

From: Nick Sabalausky <business4_at_semitwist.com>
Date: Tue, 4 Aug 2009 06:51:39 -0400

"Brendan Flanagan" <brendan dot flanagan at wegobeyond dot co dot uk> Full
name "Brendan Flanagan" <brendan dot flanagan at wegobeyond dot co dot uk>
Date 2009-08-04 02:21:59 PDT Message

>Nick, have a look at SVN Monitor - it work *with* TSVN and acts as a tool
>minitor your WC and the REPO. It gives you an interface to show you what
>you have changed and also what has changed on the repo. With a couple of
>clicks it will launch either a TSVN commit dialog or an Update.
>I think this TSVN complimenting tool might be what you are looking for?
>You can get it here: http://code.google.c?om/p/sharpregion/dow?nloads/list
>I hope this helps.

I appreciate the suggestion (I was not previously aware of SVN Monitor), and
I've just tried it, but it looks like it's overkill for my needs. Plus, it
suffers from invisible-text-syndrome (I use a light-on-dark color scheme, as
I find it much easier on my eyes). It looks like a script is still my best
bet, although I do still hope that someone who does have the time (unlike
myself, unfortunately) will eventually find it worthwhile to add this
feature, or something similar, to TSVN.


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