A three level tree view. Root is the whole solution. Next level the different externals. And under them a flat list of the changed files. Each node (and each file) has a check mark. If i check/uncheck a node it selects/deselects everything below.
Shown are files to commit or files with updates.
A modified version of the Pending Changes dialog. Now Pending Changes/Updates.
1) Of the OP is adding a new path. One sees the structure and there is no need for glyphs in the solution explorer.
It would be nice to have a dialog that shows only the root directories of the several external trees and offers the choice to update/commit one or more of them. Would also be a solution for this:
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.
Hi, what i meaned was a visible gap between the file groups. I can sort the colums but it is difficult to see where one group starts and ends. But watch my suggestion to
My real problem is to mark all files of a group that belongs to a specific external.
Ok, i can right click in the "Message"-Pane of the pending changes dialog to access previous commit messages. So this part is already solved.
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The update window is a modal dialog. If we were to keep this open, there’s no way to use Visual Studio without closing it.
We will need to add another way to take a look at recent changed made by others by either caching the updated files list, or the before/after revision and showing the log messages between the two.
1) that update output is always logged to the Subversion page of the output window.
2) All pending conflicts (even to files not referenced in the repository) are always shown in the pending changes window.www.hostmaster supported this idea ·
Well, currently keeping the modal dialog open would be better. I would really like to take a longer look at the result (and maybe copy&paste something) before it disappears.
In the long term, a "history" of updates would be nice. But that is not a major priority for me.