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Is an "update all" feature technically feasible?

From: BladeOfLight16 <bladeoflight16_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 17 May 2013 16:42:37 -0400

I have a lot of different checked out folders on my computer here at work.
Probably on the order of 20. (That's probably nothing, but I've only been
here a couple years.) Lately, I've been needing to update about 10 of them
every day when I come in. They're in quite a few different folders (4 or 5
projects, each with a trunk and a couple branches, where the branches are
themselves in separate directories), and navigating around to fin them all
is getting to be a pain. Today, I looked at one folder and couldn't
remember whether I updated it or not.

I'd like to know if it would be technically feasible to provide a UI
(probably accessible from the Start menu) that would list all the checked
out directories on the machine, allow a user to select some of them
(probably with a check box), and then press a button to update all the
selected ones. (Preferably, it would also remember the user's last choice.)

If it is technically feasible, how do I make a feature request? (I Googled,
but I didn't find any explicit instructions.)


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