I am working in a big project using SVN and many times I have to go see things in other people's branches and play with them. But I want to keep those changes local, never commit them.
By mistake, though, its very easy to type
svn ci -m"blabla" and commit my changes in someone else's branch.
The branches have some identifier to know who they belong to, so for instance we have:
project-aa project-bb etc...
And mine would be project-bb. Is there a way of making sure that I commit on the right branch? For instance, whenever I commit, if the text on the path does not contain "-bb", then ask me if I am sure.
Is this possible?