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Re: Is an "update all" feature technically feasible?

From: Alf Christophersen <alf.christophersen_at_medisin.uio.no>
Date: Fri, 17 May 2013 22:57:56 +0200

On 17.05.2013 22:42, BladeOfLight16 wrote:
> 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.)

You could always make a batch file that do the updates automatically at
start after logging in with the usernames in Pageant from PuTTY or alike

Alf Christophersen
Engineer, Dep. of Nutrition Research, Faculty of Medicine
University of Oslo
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