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Re: BUG: Right-click options incorrect for ignored unversioned options

From: Sauder, Vernon [InHand] <vsauder_at_inhand.com>
Date: Tue, 27 Oct 2009 00:34:45 +0000

I agree, this is a bug. I could not find any other information on this so I will see if this email can make it to the list.

I was adding lots of binaries to a project and needed to ignore my default global ignores. I clicked the "Show ignored" ckeckbox on "Check for Mods" dialog to see the ignored files. I thought the "Check for Mods" window's right click would have "Add" but it did not. I found 2 workaround, neither acceptable for regular use:

1. Find each ignored file in Windows Explorer and right-click, add it there.
2. Highlight all the ignored files (sort list to make easier), then copy path information to clipboard. Paste into files.txt. Use command line svn like "for /f %f in (files.txt) do @svn add %f".

BTW: Why is the sort not persistent in the "Check for Mods" window? F5 and it goes back to sort by name.

Vernon L. Sauder
Sr. Software Engineer
InHand Electronics, Inc.


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