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Re: Feature request: "Revert" and "Delete unversioned files"

From: Torge Riedel <torgeriedel_at_gmx.de>
Date: Thu, 01 May 2014 18:58:27 +0200

Ah, cool. Thanks. I never recognized this option.


Am 29.04.2014 19:33, schrieb Stefan Küng:
> On 29.04.2014 06:48, Torge Riedel wrote:
>> Hi,
>> yesterday I faced a "problem":
>> I liked to revert several changes to a working copy via the "Revert"
>> command. Since there were several new files I wanted to use the
>> "Delete unversioned files" functionality but the dialog lists all
>> unversioned files and folders listed in the svn:ignore property too.
>> Since there are a lot of them (created by the build environment) I
>> cannot use it easily to revert the new files. I like to have a
>> checkbox (or similar) "Hide ignored files/folders" in that "Delete
>> unversioned files" dialog to see only the new files I really want to
>> revert.
> Use the cleanup command. In the cleanup dialog you can check a box to
> delete all unversioned items, leaving the ignored items in place. To
> remove the ignored items as well there's a separate check box in the
> cleanup dialog.
> Stefan


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