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Ability to commit files from different subdirectories without a common parent dir?

From: Glenn Carr <GCarr_at_ConnectShip.com>
Date: 2006-01-23 22:09:37 CET

Is it possible to commit files from different subdirectories using TSVN if they don't have a common parent?

I have this situation:

rootdir
   subdir1
      subdir1.1
      subdir1.2
   subdir2
   subdir3
      subdir3.1

I'd like to commit changes in subdir1.2 and subdir3.1 in one transaction. I know that I can do this with TSVN by executing a commit on the common directory, rootdir. I can also do this by selecting rootdir in the left explorer pane, then selecting both subdir1 and subdir2 on the right, then committing from the right-context menu.

I'd like to be able to commit _only_ subdir1.2 and subdir3.1, in case there are a bazillion controlled files in subdir1.1 so that I don't have to wait for TSVN to search for any changed files in those directories.

Is that possible from TSVN?

I'd like a feature that would let me drag directories into the commit dialog. I.e., I select subdir3.1 to commit, it quickly lists the changed files. I then drag subdir1.2 into the commit dialog. TSVN adds changed files from 1.2 to the list of changed files in the commit dialog. I can then commit all the files from 1.2 and 3.1 in one transaction.

Am I missing something obvious?

Thanks,
Glenn

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