Committing Changes to the Repository

Applies to TestComplete 15.41, last modified on July 01, 2022

After you make changes to your project suite bound to the Subversion repository, you can commit those changes to the repository directly from TestComplete:

  1. If you use the TortoiseSVN client to work with Subversion from TestComplete, you can view the list of uncommitted changes. See Viewing Uncommitted Changes.

  2. Select File > Source Control > Commit from the TestComplete main menu.

    – or –

    Right-click your project suite in the Project Explorer and then click Source Control > Commit.

    – or –

    Click Commit Changes to Repository on the Source Control toolbar (if the toolbar is hidden, right-click the toolbar area and then click Source Control).

  3. TestComplete will open the Commit dialog:

    Committing changes via the TestComplete Commit dialog

    Commit Dialog (Subversion Plugin)

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    Committing changes via TortoiseSVN Commit dialog

    TortoiseSVN Commit Dialog

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  4. The dialog lists all uncommitted changed made to your project suite. Clear the check box next to the file not to commit to the repository. If needed, add un-versioned files to the commit.

    Click Refresh to update the list of changes.

  5. Enter the commit message and click OK.

TestComplete will send your changes from the project suite to the repository.

Related Tasks

See Also

Integration With Subversion - Common Tasks
Integration With Subversion
Viewing Uncommitted Changes
Reverting Changes

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