On 1 March 2011 08:36, Stefan Wild <stefan.wild_at_autinity.de> wrote:
> Am 26.02.2011 09:23, schrieb Stefan Küng:
>> On 24.02.2011 13:53, Stefan Wild wrote:
>>> I have detected a problem with the export feature. This copies all
>>> desired files to an export folder. Files are copied correctly, but
>>> the date of last change of the copied subfolders is set to actual
>>> date. So if I try to find out what has changed since my last export,
>>> I get plentiful empty folders. Could that be changed?
>> Settings dialog->General->Set file dates to the "last commit time"
> that was checked yet, but only works for files, not for directories
>>> Alternatively, I'd like to request a feature that I didn't find yet.
>>> I thought "patch" would do this, but it doesn't. If I know some
>>> system is running with revision, maybe, 6000, and I want to update
>>> all files to revision 6300, it should be possible to create a "patch"
>>> that includes all changes between revisions 6000 and 6300. Until now
>>> I try to realise that by exporting as described above. Please note
>>> that the running system is not able to connect to our SVN server, nor
>>> should there be any .svn folders on live systems.
>> Already implemented on trunk: you can select the revisions in the log
>> dialog, then right-click and choose "export changes" from there.
> in which version of TSVN? I have 1.6.11 and tried this before posting to the mailing list, but I can't find "export changes" in context menu
> (see screenshots) Am I doing sth. wrong? :-o
'Trunk' means the current line of development which will be available
as 1.7.0 when subversion 1.7.0 comes out. 1.6.x comes from a stable
branch and only simple bug fixes go onto that branch. New features and
non-trivial bug fixes have to wait for a major release.
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