The project paths that are stored in the solution will be per user overridable in the near future. (Best guess +- January 2009). This is part of the enlistment support planned for some time. It is recommended to share the solution file (especially on websites as the .sln actually contains the project references). AnkhSVN can’t redesign the Visual Studio project model, but we will try to implement optional parts of the SCC specification with some more user configuration options than other products. (e.g. allow customizing most user project paths, while TFS and VSS only allow editting enlist enabled projects).
Please contact me via the email@example.com list if you have further questions.lalcala commented
+1 For me, we want to migrate .Net webproject (made with VS2008) to Subversion and we need this kind of features.
We currently use the Menees tools for our internal diff viewer. This option will be enabled when we switch to the subversion diff library for creating the diff.
This issue is fixed for the annotate viewer.
Visual Studio 11 has a builtin diff viewer, which will automatically be used instead of the Menees tools. This diff viewer has many new options.
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)
302 voteslalcala commented
We are a web agency who want to migrate from SourceSafe to SVN and we need an extrem compatibility with website project :).