[TxMt] Re: working with SVN

Lewy lewy at chena.fastmail.us
Wed Feb 29 02:57:52 UTC 2012

Uh, no. I hadn't found those. I was using cmd-y, which brought up the menu. However, your comment looks like it's just what I wanted, except it didn't find everything.

Command line svn returns:
 bash-$ svn status
X       data
M       _README-DEV.mdown
M       org-bylaws-v4.php
?       css/bp-boiler-2.css
M       org-board-v4.php
M       org-licenses-v4.php

Performing status on external item at 'data'

Which is correct. "data" is an external, and the css file is a mistake I haven't yet removed. The others had one line changes. TM2 didn't find the Uncommitted changes. It return [screenshot follows]

Looks like this is trying to do what I wanted. I'm glad to find it. Dunno why it didn't succeed.


> On 28 Feb 2012, at 21:11, Lewy wrote:
>> I have been using cmd-Y with SVN. It works fairly well, however has one problem for me. When I select status (zero from the list) it shows me the status only of one file. What I want is what the SVN command line does -- to show the status of files that are modified, added, deleted, whatever.
>> The idea is to find everything I just modified for a commit. Commit seems to work only on one file as well. Is there a way to work with the repository instead of just one file?
> Hi,
> did you try to click at the blueish "smart folder" or "SCM Status" ⇧⌘Y?
> There you see all uncommitted changes. Simply select all or whatever what do you want to commit, or diff against working copy ... via ⌘Y.
> Best,
> --Hans
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