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Commit of a new item without preceding Add

From: Sebastian Zartner <sebastianzartner_at_gmx.de>
Date: Thu, 23 Dec 2010 10:34:44 +0100

Hi there!

I wondered lately why there is no "Commit..." entry in the context menu for non-versioned files/folders in a working copy.
Though when I right-click the folder, in which my created item lies, I have that option and can choose the file from the list, which automatically adds the item and commits it to the repository. Unfortunately doing so can lead to searching & clicking sessions, if in that folder are other non-versioned files I don't want to commit yet.
Also I can manually add the item to version control to achieve, that I can commit it in a second step. Though as written above it is possible to do both in one step.
So my idea is, that the context menu of unversioned files and folders should also have a "Commit..." entry. Clicking on it opens the Commit dialog, which is then filtered to just show the chosen file or folder structure. Marking the files in there and clicking OK will then automatically add the files to version control and commit them in one step.

Thanks in advance and Merry Christmas!


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