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Re: Is it possible to export uncommitted changes in working copy?

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2010 18:45:13 +0200

On 12.04.2010 12:31, Michal wrote:
> I want to do something similar to exporting changed files between
> revisions by using Show log / Choose two revision / Compare revisions
> / Select files / Export selection to... The problem is that sometimes
> I don't want to compare two revisions but a chosen revision with the
> working copy and export changes files preserving folder structure. In
> other words I want to export changed files which have not been
> committed yet. Is this possible? The closest I could get is Check for
> modifications, then I can right click and copy paths to clipboard -
> however there is no export option there.

Check-for-modifications dialog, select the files, then just drag the
files to another folder in explorer.


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