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Re: feature request: button to "re submit"

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 29 Jan 2010 19:18:38 +0100

On 29.01.2010 18:57, Roger Pack wrote:
> Situation.
> With tortoise currently, on a failed commit (because your local repository is out of date), the commit fails, and tortoise displays a red "commit failed" message.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.
> Suggestion:
> 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.

Settings dialog->Dialogs 2->Reopen commit and branch/tag dialog after a
commit failed.

Just check that checkbox.


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