[TxMt] Re: Recent change to the SVN commit pane

Matt Neuburg matt at tidbits.com
Thu Nov 6 13:58:08 UTC 2014

So what about the little arrow button at the bottom that opens the list of changed files and lets you show the diff as a separate window? m.

On Nov 6, 2014, at 4:10 AM, Jonathan Monahan <jonathan at monahan.co.uk> wrote:

>     I've been a Textmate user for a long time but I'm new here on the list. Recently the SVN commit pane changed from a dialog to a modal pane. I sent a message to feedback but was advised that I would be better raising it as a discussion here. I cannot find a previous thread that explains the design decision for the change.
> I tend to open a full diff before starting the commit so that I can review my changes and write the commit message accordingly.  Now I have to remember to double-click the tab of the diff file to move it to a separate window because the modality stops me from accessing the tabs.  I also cannot browse the actual code on the tabs.
> I presume that the modality change is to stop a novice from continuing to edit files before hitting Commit and therefore not necessarily committing everything?  (I don't consider myself a novice).  :-)

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