[TxMt] Simple SVN Commit

Chris Thomas chris at cjack.com
Fri Feb 3 14:21:37 UTC 2006

On Feb 2, 2006, at 11:38 PM, Trev Copland wrote:

> I'm doing a lot of work with Subversion, and want to be able to  
> commit a change and upload it to the server as easily as saving a  
> file. Is there any way to modify the bundle so that it saves the  
> frontmost window without any dialog asking for a summary? I'll  
> still use the dialog sometimes but I don't want to have it pop up  
> all of the time. I realize I can just press enter to move on, but  
> I'm looking for the fastest possible solution, as I save and  
> refresh files quite often.

Just create a new 'Quick Commit' command in the bundle:

	svn commit -m "saving file" "$TM_FILEPATH"

(At the risk of sound like your mom, I wouldn't recommend that style  
of Subversion usage for a project with other people involved. :-)


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