On 29/06/2005, at 18.13, Tom Lazar wrote:
so perhaps what I'd want is something like this:
- a key combo to deselect all files in the project drawer (makes it
easier for the first scenario, i.e. to just commit the currently
- a key-combo to 'sticky-select' the current tab in the project
drawer: this way I could 'walk through' the open tabs (perform
diffs, look at code etc.) and consecutively add tabs to the
selection and then finally do a commit (which would then commit
only the selected files)
any thoughts on such a feature from anyone else? is that too exotic?
I think it's too exotic! -- I do have the use-case myself sometimes
that I need to commit two or three files with several more files
actually changed. But I wouldn't go through un-selecting and sticky-
selectiong active tabs etc. for this.
In your case it sounds like having svn commit use the open tabs
instead of current file (when nothing is selected in the project
drawer), might be a good solution.