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Re: Batch case changes (Repo-browser related)

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 05 Jan 2010 20:43:14 +0100

On 05.01.2010 01:48, Helder Magalhães wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I've made a few experiments but couldn't get anywhere near a
> solution. Long story short would be: Is there a way to make multiple
> case changes in a single commit?

Unfortunately, no. You have to do those in multiple commits.

> Currently, using the repository browser, a single rename operation
> triggers the commit dialog. The idea would be allowing a batch of
> multiple (case) changes before committing in a single operation.
> I've crawled through the manual [1], the Web and this mailing list
> but couldn't find anything related (eventually, I'd find FAQ items
> [2] [3] which are similar to the manual in terms of content). Am I
> missing something...? Is it possible using some sort of command-line
> magic I'm not aware of?
> If I'm *not* missing anything, I'd take the opportunity to propose
> this as a feature request: to allow multiple changes in the
> repository browser to be committed in a single operation, when
> closing it and/or add a "Commit" button for that. Would it be
> feasible? Definitely it would be convenient: repository users would
> be spared from endless/useless logs; repository admins would avoid
> the overhead of one commit per case change. ;-)

The svn API doesn't allow to combine multiple operations into one
commit. So every rename has to be a separate commit with a separate new


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