On Wed, 27 Sep 2000, Bruce Korb wrote:
> Ed Korthof wrote:
> > Alternately -- if I can turn the implicit delete behavior off via
> > configuration, then I'd be happy.
> Yep. Make it all configurable, but in any event a suggestion
> was made that ought to address all the issues: when the commit
> command is issued, an editor/viewer is brought up that lets
> you explicitly see what files are being added, deleted and
> modified. If there is anything that you do not want in the
> commit, then edit it out from the view file. :-).
The way I use CVS, I get that -- when you don't put in the commit message
on the command line, it pops up an editor session (via EDITOR) where the
file you're editing includes a list of files modified, added, and deleted.
I'd definitely agree that it's important that subversion offers similar
functionality ... I know I'd be very unhappy otherwise.
| Ed Korthof | firstname.lastname@example.org | 415-247-1690 |
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