[TxMt] Committing with SVN Bundle

Sune Foldager cryo at cyanite.org
Tue Sep 19 15:00:26 UTC 2006

On 18/09/2006, at 19:47, thomas Aylott wrote:

> On Sep 18, 2006, at 12:35 PM, Bryan Liles wrote:
>> As a follow up, selecting the files in the project drawer and then  
>> doing a commit isn't very practical when you are dealing with a  
>> project with lots of folders.  My current scenario involves  
>> updating multiple parts of a rails app at one time, but only  
>> committing the portions that have been tested.  This way, I can  
>> work on more than one set of problems at a time.
> The way I handle that is by having a separate project file for some  
> sets of related files.
> Another option i've used is having a TODO group that I temporarily  
> drag related files into.
> Most of the time, i try to keep all changes committed.
> Having a trunk and a stable branch in your SVN repo really helps.

I agree with the select all/deselect all buttons. Would be nice :-).

-- Sune.

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