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Passing Targets into libsvn_client

From: Kevin Pilch-Bisson <kevin_at_pilch-bisson.net>
Date: 2001-02-06 16:19:20 CET

Hi Karl, (and list),

I'm addressing this to you(Karl), because I noticed that you had a note about
it in STACK. There is a note in client/commit-cmd.c about passing
TARGETs on down into svn_client_commit, and also something in the STACK
about it. I have been playing around with a little Java GUI thing.
(nowhere near usable), but I was thinking that this is actually a fairly
important thing to do, soon. If you list multiple targets to a commit
on the command line, the client will iterate over each of those targets,
but use the same xml file each time. Thus only the last target is
actually commited to the xml file.

On a semi related note, is there a reason why we can't commit specific
files, but only a directory at a time. I think that we really need the
ability to commit a single file.

If you want me to look at either of the above two things, let me know.
I know you are a little busy with the filesystem stuff right now.

Kevin Pilch-Bisson
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