RE: general questions
From: John Maher <JohnM_at_rotair.com>
Date: Tue, 11 Sep 2012 08:32:33 -0400
On our server we have 21 repositories. One of those repositories contains 44 projects (dlls). Each project needs the svn:ignore property set.
You're right, it is not common. But several times I had to leave tortoise to go to the command line. It's just one more pain. I feel there is a better way, I am just not sure what that way is, yet.
> If you think it would require 44 click paths then that is indeed a poor design.
Do you really have 44 repositories? Or 44 projects in a single repository?
> 1 click to select the repository, 1 click to select all. I just turned 44 click paths
Tortoise is the best GUI for Windows I think. There are others. But, what you are doing is not a COMMON use case. The common use case it to add your ignores when you set up a new project in your repository. Doing 44 after the fact is not a standard use case.
Here is a list to some of the others:
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