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

From: Davison, Steve D <steve.d.davison_at_intel.com>
Date: Wed, 3 Mar 2010 12:27:31 -0800

Stefan Küng wrote:
> That's actually by design.
> After a refresh, the sort order is reset to the order
> the 'svn status' returns the paths. Since that isn't
> really sorted by anything, a refresh is the only way to
> get that 'sorting' back.

Very simple solution: Add 1 integer field to the revision
list item, and as TSVN builds it from the SVN output,
assign incrementing values to each line.

Probably would not want to display that as a column.
Instead of hacking the option into an existing column as a
tri-state, use a button "use natural order" or "original"
or "unsorted"?

I've had times when I wished that Tortoise and the cmdline
version used the same ordering; each tool has its own
strenths and weaknesses so I find myself using both, more
than rarely. +1 from me!


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