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Re: Support for partial checkins?

From: Frank Gruman <fgatwork_at_verizon.net>
Date: 2005-06-08 01:23:11 CEST

What OS are you using?? I can do exactly what you are requesting
through TortoiseSVN. Depending on the level (folder) that I am
committing, I will see any/all files modified within that directory and
sub-directories. I can then choose which files to commit (the default
is all).


Rick Mann wrote:

> (Partial checkin, partial commit, commit subset of files)
> I did some looking in the users@ archive and the Issue tracker, and
> didn't find anything after a few minutes.
> One of the features I miss most from Perforce was the ability to do
> an atomic commit of a subset of the modified files. The basic UI in
> Perforce to do this presented when editing the checkin comment
> interactively.
> Your designated editor is invoked, and you are presented with a list
> of the files you're about to commit along with a place where you can
> write the checkin comment. (Unlike CVS) each file is listed on a
> separate line, with the full path from the top of the WD. Any file
> you don't want to commit, you simply delete the corresponding line
> from the checkin editor session.
> Is there a plan to add this to subversion? If not, why not? Should I
> open an Issue for this?
> Thanks!

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Received on Wed Jun 8 01:26:22 2005

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