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Re: CVS update: subversion/subversion/client README

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_galois.collab.net>
Date: 2000-10-19 16:12:38 CEST

Fixed.

"B. W. Fitzpatrick" <fitz@red-bean.com> writes:
> Log should read:
>
> Changed `sub' to `svn' in JimB's notes. Forgot that Bash isn't so
> crazy about dubl-quoted backticks.
>
> -Fitz
>
> > User: fitz
> > Date: 00/10/18 17:59:03
> >
> > Modified: subversion/client README
> > Log:
> > Changed svn' in JimB's notes.
> >
> > Revision Changes Path
> > 1.15 +30 -30 subversion/subversion/client/README
> >
> > Index: README
> > ===================================================================
> > RCS file: /cvs/subversion/subversion/client/README,v
> > retrieving revision 1.14
> > retrieving revision 1.15
> > diff -u -r1.14 -r1.15
> > --- README 2000/10/18 19:38:43 1.14
> > +++ README 2000/10/19 00:59:03 1.15
> > @@ -150,28 +150,28 @@
> > merged into your directory. And `.:base:here' is the set of changes
> > in your working directory waiting to be committed.
> >
> > -sub add [-r] NAME...
> > -sub mkdir NAME...
> > -sub rm [-r] NAME...
> > -sub mv NAME... DIR
> > -sub mv NAME1 NAME2
> > -sub cp [-r] NAME... DIR
> > -sub cp [-r] NAME1 NAME2
> > +svn add [-r] NAME...
> > +svn mkdir NAME...
> > +svn rm [-r] NAME...
> > +svn mv NAME... DIR
> > +svn mv NAME1 NAME2
> > +svn cp [-r] NAME... DIR
> > +svn cp [-r] NAME1 NAME2
> >
> > -`sub add', `sub rm', and `sub cp' complain if an argument is a
> > +`svn add', `svn rm', and `svn cp' complain if an argument is a
> > directory, and `-r' isn't given. Just as a sanity check.
> >
> > -sub repo CMD ...
> > - Same as `sub CMD ...', except that filenames are taken to apply to
> > +svn repo CMD ...
> > + Same as `svn CMD ...', except that filenames are taken to apply to
> > the current directory's repository, by default.
> >
> > -sub checkout HOST:REPO:NAME
> > - Equivalent to `sub cp -r HOST:REPO:NAME -plain .'.
> > +svn checkout HOST:REPO:NAME
> > + Equivalent to `svn cp -r HOST:REPO:NAME -plain .'.
> >
> > -sub import NAME1 HOST:REPO:NAME2
> > - Equivalent to `sub cp -r -plain NAME1 HOST:REPO:NAME2'.
> > +svn import NAME1 HOST:REPO:NAME2
> > + Equivalent to `svn cp -r -plain NAME1 HOST:REPO:NAME2'.
> >
> > -sub apply NAME1[:N1[:N2]] NAME2
> > +svn apply NAME1[:N1[:N2]] NAME2
> > Apply changes specified by NAME1[:N1[:N2]] to NAME2.
> > If NAME1 form, then
> > If NAME1:N1 form, then the change applied is the difference between
> > @@ -179,20 +179,20 @@
> > If NAME1:N1:N2 form, then the change applied is the difference between
> > versions N1 and N2 of NAME1.
> >
> > -sub commit [FILE...]
> > +svn commit [FILE...]
> > If omitted, FILE... defaults to `.'.
> > - For each FILE, do `sub apply FILE:base:here FILE:base'.
> > + For each FILE, do `svn apply FILE:base:here FILE:base'.
> >
> > -sub update [FILE...]
> > +svn update [FILE...]
> > If omitted, FILE... defaults to `.'.
> > - For each FILE, do `sub apply FILE:base:tip FILE'.
> > + For each FILE, do `svn apply FILE:base:tip FILE'.
> >
> > -sub vert LOCAL-DIR REMOTE-DIR
> > +svn vert LOCAL-DIR REMOTE-DIR
> > Turn LOCAL-DIR into a working directory with the tip of REMOTE-DIR
> > as its base version, by sticking in the appropriate control files.
> >
> > -sub script CMD ...
> > - The same as "sub CMD ...", except that the rules for names are a
> > +svn script CMD ...
> > + The same as "svn CMD ...", except that the rules for names are a
> > little different, to help make scripts more reliable. Colons lose
> > their special meaning, so if the names of actual files processed by
> > the script contain colons, things will still work.
> > @@ -207,13 +207,13 @@
> >
> >
> > Haven't revised these yet:
> > -sub diff FILE ...
> > -sub diff -r N FILE ...
> > -sub diff -r N1 -r N2 FILE ...
> > -sub diff -r DIR:N FILE ...
> > -sub diff -r DIR1:N1 -r DIR2:N2 FILE ...
> > -sub diff -r N1 -r N2 FILE:N3 ...
> > +svn diff FILE ...
> > +svn diff -r N FILE ...
> > +svn diff -r N1 -r N2 FILE ...
> > +svn diff -r DIR:N FILE ...
> > +svn diff -r DIR1:N1 -r DIR2:N2 FILE ...
> > +svn diff -r N1 -r N2 FILE:N3 ...
> >
> > -sub log
> > -sub fix-log
> > +svn log
> > +svn fix-log
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
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