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RE: drag-and-drop in TortoiseMerge

From: Ryan J Ollos <ryano_at_physiosonics.com>
Date: Sun, 6 Dec 2009 16:47:59 -0800 (PST)

> Does anybody else think it would be extremely useful to be able to
> drag-and-drop files to compare into the 3 windows in TortoiseMerge? I
> find it is usually easier to keep track of multiple similar files from
> Windows Explorer rather than the open file dialog. Ironically, in the
> dialog that allows you to select the files to compare, you can drag-
> and-drop files there, but not into the main window.

I was planning on posting a request for this feature when I came across you posting.

I would find this useful for diff'ing two files because I typically want to diff files between two working copies (e.g. a branch and the trunk, or two branches). I end up navigating around a lot using the file select dialog, particularly when the working copies are deep directory trees. It would be much faster if I could have two instances of Windows Explorer open, along with TortoiseMerge, and just drag 'n drop the files from Windows Explorer into TortoiseSVN.


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