Re: svn diff -r WORKING:HEAD
Malcolm Rowe wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 19, 2007 at 01:26:38PM -0700, Kyle McKay wrote:
>> How does one get the equivalent of svn diff -r working:head output?
>> And there doesn't seem to be any way to generate that. That seems to
>> be a bug to me.
>> One obvious way to fix it is to add this sequence:
>> else if (strcasecmp(word, "working") == 0)
>> revision->kind = svn_opt_revision_working;
>> to the revision_from_word function located in libsvn_subr/opt.c file
>> which then permits "svn diff -r WORKING:HEAD" to produce the desired
>> output. Of course that also means that all other commands would
>> start accepting "WORKING" as a revision. That may not be a bad
>> thing, but it's unclear to me what other ramifications it will have.
>> Would it be possible to get an issue opened for this so that it can
>> be tracked?
> It's already there: issue 2683, with substantially the same patch.
> Note that WORKING:<something> diffs are likely to be a little buggy at
> the moment, at least partly because they don't have any test coverage.
> What do people think about adding in support for the WORKING keyword and
> seeing what shakes loose?
+1, as long as we add test coverage as well.
This is also related to issue 2544, which is a request to have 'svn
blame' work against the working copy. There's a patch adding WORKING
keyword support (among other things) attached to that issue.
Received on Mon Mar 19 22:29:39 2007
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