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Re: User interface proposal

From: Thomas Alan Wood <thom_at_collab.net>
Date: 2000-09-27 21:44:18 CEST

what if i edit a file and would the original file in cvs i would
  rm file
  cvs update file

if 'rm file' is treated as 'svn rm' how could i recover the original?

On Sep-27 12:38PM Karl Fogel wrote:
> Greg Hudson <ghudson@MIT.EDU> writes:
> > I think this is inconsistent with the other operations and that the
> > modus operandi should be "svn rm". (No need for a "-f" option,
> > though; that's a silly CVS requirement.)
> To be honest, I think consistency is often overrated in user
> interfaces. Emacs is in many ways not consistent (the famous "C-t at
> the end of a line" example comes to mind), and often those
> inconsistencies are what makes it so convenient to use, IMHO.
> For example, you don't have to do "svn edit" before you begin locally
> editing a file, right? You're able to announce your intentions to
> Subversion by simply doing the thing. The same could be true of
> removes.

--thom wood
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