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Re: Re: How to show easily evolution of an external project

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 7 Nov 2011 09:52:07 +0000

On 7 November 2011 09:19, Mario Bellino <mario.bellino_at_bobstgroup.com> wrote:
> Interesting link.

You haven't quoted any context so we don't know which link you are
talking about, nor who you are replying to.

> However, if I have a project with 5 externals which are pointing to specific revisions, then "Check for modification" will tell you that everything is "up to date". Which is wrong.

No, it is correct. If you peg your externals to a specific revision
then it is assumed that you actually want that revision and nothing

> Please note that the "show log" on the root of the folder shows if we are "up to date" or not (bold line). However, it does not display all the external of the projects. And if you want to see the status of all the externals, you have to find their folder, and ask a show log on these folders! But these later can be everywhere in the folder hierarchy!
> Now that version 1.7 has a single .svn, it would be possible to do that on the root folder, for example with the "Check for modification". For example let display that :
> external 'toto' is currently stick on version 1500 and that version 1600 is out.
> Is that possible ?

Please re-read my previous post. Monitor the tags directory if you
want to find out when a new tag is added.


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