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Re: Re: Add comments while commiting changes into SVN through tortoise SVN Client

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 29 Feb 2012 09:46:22 +0000

On 29 February 2012 09:32, Rahul Dhoble <rahul.dhoble_at_bsil.com> wrote:
> I will explain you scenario where I need this option
> I am using TortoiseSVN and have connected it to my SVN server
> I have below code file(SQL Stored procedures) in my repository
> AddEmployee.sql
> FindEmployee.sql
> DeleteEmployee.sql
> when I will do the changes into all this three code and all three changes has unique reason (reasons are not same behind all this three update)
> Now I want to commit the changes into SVN
> So I will goto repository and right click on it and click SVN Commit...
> Then it will open window where it shows files which are changed and box to enter message
> But I want to attach three messages to above three files that meant one message to one file and then want to commit the changes
> I hope it will explain the scenario.
> If yes then tell me how I can do this.

Ideally a commit is used to make a single logical change. Often this
means a change to just one file, but may often be spread across
several files. Although you can use a single commit to aggregate all
your changes at the end of a working day, this is not recommended
practice - if you just want archiving then use a backup program.

If you have 3 logically separate changes in these 3 files, then just
make 3 separate commits.


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