> 2012/2/9 Gerald Britton <gerald dot britton at gmail dot com>:
> > I notice that, when I do an SVN checkout or import a project, the Repository Browser that pops up has two options to select a repository:
> > 1. Type in the full URL
> > 2. Choose one from the drop-down list
> > I'm curious to know if there is enough demand to post an RFE to add a third method:
> > 3. Browse the file system for a file-based repository.
> > This came up when I was demoing the features of TSVN to a new hire. I showed how to create a repository (Create repository here) and then wanted to show how to import a project into the newly created repository. Since the Repository Browser only gave options 1 and 2, and the new repository was not (yet) in the drop-down list, I had to go with option 1. Then I had to remember the full path to the newly-created repository. A few embarrassing moments later, I succeeded and we imported the project.
> > Had there been an option 3 to browse the file system (including network shares, whether mapped to drive letters or not), I could have avoided those few moments of embarrassment.
> > Comments?
> It is already there.
Yes, for checkout, but not for import or other repo-browser ops.
> The following also works:
> 1. Open your repository folder in Windows Explorer
> 2. Do "TortoiseSVN -> Repo-browser" command
> -> Repository browser starts browsing your local repository
But gives no option to browse the file system, which is what I'm asking about.
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Received on 2012-02-09 16:39:05 CET