Thanks Bob. Exactly what I was looking for.
From: Bob Archer [mailto:Bob.Archer_at_amsi.com]
Sent: Tuesday, September 11, 2012 9:48 AM
To: John Maher; Thorsten Schöning; users_at_subversion.apache.org
Subject: RE: general questions
> > 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 into 2 clicks. Sounds like your vision is nothing like
> > What other guis are out there besides tortoise? If there's something
> > I like, I'll use it. Otherwise I'll make one if only to illustrate
> > what seems difficult for me to explain and others to grasp.
> 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:
> > John
> 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.
Tortoise lets you apply properties recursively.
If you want to apply the property to every file and folder in the hierarchy below the current folder, check the Recursive checkbox.
Check the tortoise help: 22.214.171.124. Adding and Editing Properties
Received on 2012-09-11 16:22:26 CEST