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Re: Win7 library

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 2 Nov 2011 14:43:51 +0100

On Wed, Nov 2, 2011 at 12:43, Knut Hunstad <knut.hunstad_at_hunstad.priv.no> wrote:

> I have TSVN 1.7.1, but can't really make sense of the Win7 library implementation. I have the "Subversion" library and have added several locations to it. If I select "Subversion" (or any of the locations), there are no buttons anywhere. But if I right click "Subversion", I can choose "Update" and it starts updating the first location in the library. But when that's finished, it stops.
> Isn't the whole point that I should be able to update all the locations in the "Subversion" library with one command? If not, then what's really the big point of the whole thing?

No, the whole point of the library is that you can work with your
individual working copies individually, but get buttons for the most
often used commands.

Doing a commit or update over _all_ working copies at once? Seriously?
Now _that_ doesn't make sense.

Open the library folder, go into one of your working copy folders. And
now use the buttons.


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