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RE: svn status --- sorted output ???

From: Anton Sharonov <Russe_at_gmx.at>
Date: 2005-08-31 11:55:41 CEST

> Use TortoiseSVN, why don't you use the "Check for modifications"
> Option ( = svn status ). You can then click the Check Repository
> Buttion ( = svn status -u ).

Thanks a lot, this hint is very usefull - i really must finally read this
TortoiseSVN manual :). "Check for modifications" is nice feature - but
unfortunately for me it is still not complete replacement of command line
"svn status" as long as i prepare, for example, commit log message and would
like to copy filename to annotate changes. There are also a lot of examples,
where it is very handy to use command line - another good one is to add new
directory (or file) under source control by simply copy/paste its name from
"svn status" output just after typed "svn add " words.

> > After playing with several available GUI's there are for me
> > seems to be still most convenient way to examine local
> > changes. But it's looks like that sorting order of changed
> > files inside some directory is very "chaotic", (thanks a lot

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