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Re: TortoiseSVN Feature Request: In the log messages dialog it should be possible to distinguish files that have only modified svn:properties (e.g. mergeinfos) from 'real' (content) changes

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 14 Jan 2010 21:36:25 +0100

On 14.01.2010 16:36, Andreas Ländle wrote:
> Hello,
> if I take a look into the 'Log message' dialog I can see which files
> were changed in a revision. Unfortunately it isn't quite possible to
> detect for which files the content has changed and for which files only
> the meta-data (e.g. svn mergeinfos) has changed.
> Most of the time I look at the message log I only want to see real code
> changes. So probably it would be a possibility to add a option to hide
> 'only-meta-data-changed'-files? Or it would be an option to grey out the
> lines showing files that have only changed meta information?
> I think that this feature would be very convenient for all users
> extensively using merge tracking information.
> Please let me know if I was unclear or if I could/should provide more
> information.

Unfortunately, we can't do this in TSVN. This requires an enhancement in
the svn library.


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