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Re: (maybe) some new features

From: Rafael M. Heise <rmheise_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 3 Oct 2009 06:52:54 -0700 (PDT)

Thank you Simon, greywolf and Bob.
And I'm affraid for late. I was very busy on last two weeks.

All the answers helps me a lot.

1. I agree. If I check and uncheck the "non-versioned" files is better
than add the files on "ignore-on-commit". So, this item is closed to
me! Thank you.
And Bob. I don't want to add these files on "ignore-list" because
there are much temporary files, and the ignore-list will increase a
lot. Just it. Thank you too.

2. Simon, that is the point. I don't wish accidentally commit the
files. In this case, I think is better to do a "Update to revision"
instead "Merge with reverse". And greywolf, I did an "update to
revision" on each file. But I think it could be more useful if there
is a option in "Log Dialog". I'm saying that because sometimes the
files are not in the same directory. So, I need to go to each folder
and select all files and then do an "update to revision".

3. I remeber that. Stefan released the CommitMonitor. Who are using
that? I would suggest to do this monitor in TortoiseSVN. Maybe some
Tortoise's option could controls the monitor, and some specific icon
could indicate when there is a new update to do. TSVN is running,
icons are overlays, so why don't indicate when there is a new update
with tortoise? I'm using the CommitMonitor and I think this is very
useful. Maybe the Tortoise could put an icon on SystemTray to does the
same thing the CommitMonitor does. Maybe tortoise could open a dialog
to shows the commits. What do you think about?



On Sep 28, 5:19 pm, Bob Archer <bob.arc..._at_amsi.com> wrote:
> > [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.
> BOb
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