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Re: Committing with Comments (Copy to Clipboard Checkbox)

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 21 Jan 2010 19:16:05 +0100

On 21.01.2010 19:11, Ged Byrne wrote:
> Hello
> Would it be possible to add a checkbox to the “Message” area within the
> Commit Dialogue Box that allows a user to ‘copy message to clipboard’.
> By that I mean that it is very frustrating to enter a description of
> what work has been carried out, only to find that someone has beaten you
> to the commit. You are now out of date and need to update prior to
> commit – therefore losing your comments in the process. I appreciate
> that some people would not want this functionality as they may have
> important information in the clipboard. If its state could be remembered
> from the previous commit, that would be even better.

There's a big button on the left, just above the commit log message edit
control named "recent messages". A click on that button opens a dialog
where you can choose one of your previous commit messages - doubleclick
on the one you want and it gets inserted in the commit log message control.

If you want to re-open the commit dialog automatically after a failed
commit, go to the settings dialog:
Settings->General->Dialogs 2->"Reopen commit and branch/tag dialog after
a commit failed".


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