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  1. Monitor for changes to files in your project and in the .svn folders and automatically refresh the SVN change status. This will make using third-party tools easier, like Expression Blend.

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  2. Multiple exclude lists to hide elements that should not (yet) committed, would be nice.

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  4. Currently if a message is added to the pending changes tab, it will be discarded upon closing visual studio. It'd be nice if these could be kept between sessions, to help remember any changes since the last commit...

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  5. The commit/update item in the popup menu.Like VSS.

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    Popup menu? You probably mean a context-menu somewhere, but on which control is the main question…

    [Reporter answered: I mean when right-click on the Text Editor.]

    Current status: This will be implemented with some extra UI updates to the commit dialog. (You will get into the commit editor of the project containing the file with the current file checked and other changes unchecked)

  6. Add a "Backup working changes" button to the AnkhSVN toolbar. Configure the backup location in Tools > Options -> Source Control. Include tags in the path which can be replaced with the Solution name. This will allow developers to easily backup their current work without checking it into subversion. Having your working copy backed up to a network share, would be useful for day-to-day work that doesn't warrant its own feature branch.

    An option to automatically backup at regular intervals would minimize lost work in the event of a machine failure.

    This could possibly be scripted using the command line,…

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    Currently a patch file can’t express all information in a working copy. A new feature partly available in subversions trunk should make it possible to fully capture all changes (including copying and renaming files) in the new svnpatch format.

    A full implementation of this feature will probably require Subversion api changes that are scheduled for 1.7 or 1.8.

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  8. Now, when I have to lock out of date file, I only get warning message "One or more your local resources are out of date.. and so on" with "OK" button. It would be better have dialog with something similar "One or more your local resources are out of date. Do you want get latest version?" with button Yes, No.

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  9. It would be very useful to be able to filter the history viewer for a particular user/developer. This has two benefits: 1) When performing code reviews it is helpful to see revisions pushed by a specific developer 2) Our CI system produces several checkins and having to wade through meaningless revisions (in the context of Visual Studio - the CI server checks in an obfuscator file which doesn't affect the solution).

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  10. 14 votes
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  11. This would allow using a subset of the AnkhSVN 2.X support from older Visual Studios and other applications that use the MSSCCI api.

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  12. Although TFS is generally used as a combined issue tracker and source repository, many of the projects at my company use SVN for source control due to legacy reasons and TFS for work item tracking.

    I'd love to see the ability to link SVN changes to TFS Work Items using a built-in issue tracker extension.

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  13. I very often find myself using the "Modified" column in the Pending Changes window and sorting by it to find the most recent changes I made amidst a bunch of other modified files that I don't (yet) want to commit. Unfortunately AnkhSVN does not remember those settings, forcing me to re-apply them after every VS restart, respectively for each VS instance I open.

    I'd be very happy to see it remembering aforementioned settings similar to how Column Sizes are already stored as well.

    PS: Please also investigate the option of re-applying the Column Sort when the view content changes. Currently…

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  14. Redmine www.redmine.org is a mature open source issue tracker that could be integrated with ankhsvn for easier management in open source projects.

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  15. I would like to see a better grouping of changes to different repository paths in the pending changes dialog.

    E.g. an empty line between files/file groups from different repository locations.

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    Hi, this interface was designed to create multiple suggestions as multiple items (so they can all collect votes).

    When you right click on the PC-Window header you can choose different columns to sort and group on. I think you are asking for group by Working Copy here.

    If you create multiple items I can close this suggestion for you.

  16. does AnkhSVN can set the min log size as TortoiseSVN use tsvn:logminsize property?

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  17. we have a sln which contains about 30 projects. 2/3 of them in repository A,others in repository B. repository B contains all the helper projects like I/O read and write and so on.

    when update reopsitory B, ankh update those porjects one by one, that's Low efficiency!!

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  18. When you delete a file from your project, you are not able to diff or annotate it, because your local changes are gone. However, it can be handy to be able to view the last version from the repository from the Pending Changes area, if you need to refresh your memory regarding what you deleted, to help in writing up the comment.

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  19. I have no idea if this is even possible, but it would be very cool if the icon displaying the status of a file (new, added, modified, etc.) could also be shown in the tab of the documents.

    I tried to fake an image to explain what I mean:

    http://img265.imageshack.us/img265/522/ankhsvnstatusintabs.gif

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  20. I want to be able to push out the change log for my class libraries as text or rtf with my dll. For solutions I could see ways to auto generate change logs accessible from inside a program. A command line option would be nice for pre-build scripts, but a gui option would suffice.

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