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feature request: button to "re submit"

From: Roger Pack <rogerpack2005_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 29 Jan 2010 09:57:14 -0800 (PST)


With tortoise currently, on a failed commit (because your local repository is out of date), the commit fails, and tortoise displays a red "commit failed" message.

You then go and update it/redo your tests, then recommit.

There are times, however, when all you need to do is do an svn up, then immediately recommit.

Currently to do so, you must close the failed commit window, pull up a new window, grab the "latest log message" and recommit. A somewhat multi phase process.

when a commit fails, add a button at the bottom to "re-run" the failed commit.

If this were an option, then in the trivial fix case, you see the error message, go to a different window, run svn up, then click the "re run the commit" button. Ahh.



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