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Re: Logging with WebDrive or similar

From: Ximon Eighteen <ximon.eighteen_at_int.greenpeace.org>
Date: 2005-09-14 14:37:04 CEST

Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
> On Sep 14, 2005, at 1:51 AM, Chris Jensen wrote:
>> Hi,
>> Just wondering if there's anything out there similar to MS Web
>> Folders or Novell Net Drive that would allow you to do things like
>> alter properties?
>> Specifically what I'm thinking of is log messages.
>> I realise that it's not possible to set a log message with
>> autoversioning at the time of commit since the application doesn't
>> know it's more than a normal file save.
>> So what I was thinking of was something like a user could save the
>> file, and then right click on it, pull up properties or something and
>> set the log message for the last commit (not to mention browse the
>> log messages for previous commits)

<blue sky>
Perhaps propose to the TortoiseSVN project a feature request whereby right
clicking on a webfolder/file is gives the option to invoke TortoiseSVN and
perform some operations on the versioned object by sneakily talking to Windows
to find out what server to talk to and which user and password to authenticate
as, then issuing a non webdav command to the server.
</blue sky>

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