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RE: (maybe) some new features

From: Bob Archer <bob.archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Mon, 28 Sep 2009 16:19:24 -0400

> [Thus spake Rafael M. Heise ("RMH: ") Yesterday...]
> RMH: 1. Temporary local files. I don't know about you all guys, but
> RMH: sometimes I just create some temporary files and these files are
> only
> RMH: local files. I don't want commit these files and I don't want to
> add
> RMH: these files on ignore-list and submit that. These files are only
> RMH: temporary, e.g specific configuration files created to test a
> RMH: software. I need keep these files for a long time, while I'm
> coding
> RMH: and waiting for a answer from the customer. These files appears on
> the
> RMH: commit file list and I can't add these files in the ignore-on-
> commit
> RMH: list just because these files are not versioned. So, I have
> thinking
> RMH: about and I would suggest to allow adds these files (not
> versioned) on
> RMH: the ignore-on-commit list.
> This is odd news to me; my dialog only shows me versioned files, with
> the
> "Show Unversioned Files" checkbox. Once I uncheck it it seems to stay
> unchecked (which is the desired behaviour!), and I have no problems
> with
> committing just the versioned stuff.

I assume he is wanting these files to be ignored when he does an add. Of course the add dialog shows all the unversioned files.

He says he doesn't want to add them to the ignore list... although he doesn't say why. That seems to be the best and designed way to deal with this.



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