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RE: Re: Win7 library

From: Knut Hunstad <knut.hunstad_at_hunstad.priv.no>
Date: Wed, 2 Nov 2011 13:52:23 -0700 (PDT)

Updating all working copies at once _does_ make sense to me. I often start the day updating all source code to get what others have done last day. I can't see that should be so uncommon?

I basically work on one big project, but it is divided into several sub-projects, each in their own repository. So putting them all in a library and updating everything with one click seemed like good news.

I still don't see _why_ this shouldn't be an option? Why all the fuzz with a library if you can't do any operations on _all_ locations within it at once?

And I do realize where the buttons should be, but they aren't. If I go to the "Subversion" library and click a location, I have one "Organize" dropdown button and one "Open" button.

BTW, if there _shouldn't_ be any possibility to "Update" all locations within the "Subversion" at once, why do I then get an "Update" option in the dropdown menu of "Subversion"? When did you see such an option for a folder, meaning "Do this, but only for the first sub-folder, forget the rest".


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