On Tue, Nov 11, 2014 at 12:21 PM, Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> On 11.11.2014 18:35, Ben Fritz wrote:
> > I assume the repo browser. I just checked and can confirm the behavior
> > there. Unlike the OP however I disagree with the expected behavior. I
> > expect F5 will always refresh both the left and the right panes. For
> > some reason the OP expects only the selected pane to refresh.
> > Nevertheless the left pane is not updating when I think it ought to.
> > Anyway, screenshots from a test repository:
> > before_add.png is the initial state of a test repository. I then
> > committed a file inside lib2 and a directory inside trunk from a working
> > copy, and pressed F5 in the repo browser. Only the file shows up in lib2
> > (after_refresh.png). It is not until I navigate to the trunk directory
> > and refresh again that I can see the directory in the left navigation
> > pane (after_trunk_refresh.png). I expected that "dir" would appear under
> > "trunk" subtree in the left pane after hitting F5, without the need to
> > navigate to the trunk directory itself.
> Why would you expect the tree view to refresh and show the added folder
> if the selection is on "lib2"? The new folder is not below "lib2" but
> below "trunk", so to see the new folder you have to refresh "trunk".
> What you expect here is a refresh of the parent of the selected item -
> which is not something *I* would expect.
Because, I expect the current view to be refreshed. Not necessarily the
current selection. I consider the directory tree to be part of the current
view. After expanding a tree view, what is the way to refresh it? Must you
click on each directory in turn and refresh each directory individually? I
think it is more intuitive to refresh the entire view instead.
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Received on 2014-11-12 02:58:27 CET