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Re: TSVN 1.6.7: Commit dialog loses sort order on refresh

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 03 Mar 2010 19:00:42 +0100

On 03.03.2010 05:50, Alexander Iljin wrote:
> Hello!
> SK> That's actually by design.
> SK> After a refresh, the sort order is reset to the order the 'svn status'
> SK> returns the paths. Since that isn't really sorted by anything, a refresh
> SK> is the only way to get that 'sorting' back.
> I noticed that it "kind of" sorted by path, so I'd exptect this kind
> of sorting to be the third state of the "Path" column. I.e.:
> 1 click - sort ascending;
> 2 click - sort descending;
> 3 click - sort default (remove the triangle).
> That's the way it's done in Process Explorer, with the "Process"
> column:
> - default - tree sort (displays which process started which);
> - ascending by process name;
> - descengind by process name.
> Clicking any other column produces only 2 states: ascending and
> descending.
> In Process Explorer the tree sort is very important, because it
> carries additional information about process relations. What is
> TSVN's default sorting good for?

Sure, that would be great. But TSVN doesn't know how the svn lib 'sorts'
the items in a 'svn st' call. That's why a refresh reverts to that
'sorting' and is lost as soon as you sort by anything else.


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