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

From: Anton Sharonov <Russe_at_gmx.at>
Date: 2005-08-31 14:10:33 CEST

> Hmm, don't want to discuss the pros and cons of TortoiseSVN <->
> command-line
> here,

completely agree with you :)

> I use both of them all the time, but...
> In the status window ( Check for modifications ), you can right-click
> an non-versioned file to add that file. You can also do this in the commit
> dialog BTW.
> When committing with Tortoise, the name of all files in the commit are
> all available in the suggest box, that opens when you type the two first
> characters of the filename. How cool is that? :)

it's cool (really, thanks for another good tip!) but problem is that i write
commit log message right now without really starting the commit (necessary
because of huge number of changes and if i need to branch something newly
added immediately - for example to simulate VSS file sharing between
directories - i will be compelled to do a number of "intermediate" commits)

> And you're right, you should read the TortoiseSVN help file. That combined
> with the SVN manual ( parts of it are copied in TSVN help ) makes one of
> the
> best available manuals for any (open source) product.

thanks a lot and sorry for asking stupid questions :). But i'm still not
sure that sorting of "svn status" output is generally bad idea.

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