Re: problem with 'svn st' on external directory
On 2003-12-12 17:15:50 -0600, Bill Comisky wrote:
> Within the project1 external subdirectory of WC2:
> [bcomisky@twain @hfss]$ svn st
> [bcomisky@twain @hfss]$ svn up
> U pswopTestOutput.m
> Updated to revision 239.
> You can that 'svn up' updated to HEAD but 'svn st' didn't show anything
> beforehand. Is there a way I could have corrupted the repository or the
> WC? Or should I just 'svn up' and forget it?
By default, svn st only shows you files that have been locally modified
since your last commit. It will not show you files that have been
modified in a revision newer than your current working copy.
To see files that are updated in the repository but not modified
svn st -u
this will show you all the files that will get modified if you were to
do an update as well as changes you've not committed.
Received on Sat Dec 13 00:26:54 2003
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