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Re: Excluded directory icons

From: Jerry <junkyuser_at_sarpeidon.net>
Date: Thu, 03 Sep 2009 22:55:03 -0700

Jean-Marc van Leerdam wrote:
> Hi Jerry,
> 2009/9/3 Jerry <junkyuser_at_sarpeidon.net>:
>>>> 2009/9/2 Jerry <junkyuser_at_sarpeidon.net>:
>> >> Instead of showing a green checkmark on directories that are excluded,
>> >> how about showing the unknown / ? icon overlay? Maybe a "Show excluded
>> >> directories as unknown" check box
>> >>
>> >> I've been misled a couple of times seeing the green check thinking that
>> >> everything's checked in, where in reality I just had my exclude/include
>> >> path set wrong.
>> >TSVN->Settings->Overlays->Show excluded folders as normal. Uncheck
>> the >box.
>> Then it doesn't show me that the directory is revisioned or not. I want
>> it to tell me that the directory has revision control information, but
>> not mislead me into believing that it is current.
> How about setting a custom Icon on those folders, so you can
> distinguish them from regular folders? (Properties->Customize->Change
> Icon...)

The whole problem was I forgot the directory was there. If I had
remembered it was there, I would have put it in the include list.

I'm just afraid of repeating the same problem, when I find another
directory that's revision controlled and don't realize it's excluded.
I'm sure I'm going to run across another directory on my network
somewhere. I just ran into it today where I thought I updated the
include list on one computer but hadn't.



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