Delayed Commit for .NET

Do you have any plans to allow Visual Studio users to integrate with the Delayed Commit feature?

In Visual Studio itself, or maybe via a command line.

Thanks,
Theo

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Yes, we want to implement this functionality. The main question is the set
of supported version controls. It's very likely that we'll do that for SVN.
What version control do you use?

Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
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Do you have any plans to allow Visual Studio users to integrate with
the Delayed Commit feature?

In Visual Studio itself, or maybe via a command line.

Thanks,
Theo



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We recently (well about 12 months ago) moved from CVS to Perforce.

Regards,
Theo

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Any update on this? We're using SVN 1.4 with Visual Studio 2003. Are there any plans to support delayed commit for this configuration? If so, what's the approximate timeline for it?

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evgeny0 wrote:

Any update on this? We're using SVN 1.4 with Visual Studio 2003. Are there any plans to support delayed commit for this configuration? If so, what's the approximate timeline for it?


We plan to support SVN + Visial Studio configuration for delayed commit,
but this will be implemented not earlier than in spring, probably closer
to the summer.

With kind regards,
KIR



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Kirill Maximov
JetBrains, Inc.
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