Ben Collins-Sussman <email@example.com> writes:
> What do you mean by "file not under version control"?
> Do you mean
> * running svn_wc_status() on a file that is not mentioned in any
> entries file?
> * running svn_wc_status() on a file that is only scheduled for
> Looking at the code for svn_wc_status(), it appears that in the first
> case the function (indeed) returns an error.
The former. Strangely, it does not return an error.
Instead, it returns svn_status_t with status->entry == NULL.
Sorry for not being clear. I wrongly assumed that everyone
read the comment below in svn_status_t recently. I guess I
need --verbose flag. :-)
svn_wc_entry_t *entry; /* Can be NULL if not under vc. */
> > I'd like to have svn_status_t with NULL entry instead of
> > error because that's what I get with non version controlled
> > file. Even if returning error is preferred, I think
> > different error should be used because
> > SVN_WC_OBSTRUCTED_UPDATE is returned by svn_wc_entry and
> > it does not describe what's happened.
> True, it's a bad error value to return. I suppose that we could make
> svn_wc_status return NULL (instead of an error) if the path is not
> under version control. Then the caller could create an error if it
> wishes. (I know the command-line client would want to do that.)
I got up today, gave more thought about this, and changed my
mind. Instead of not returning an error, I suggest creating
a new error, say SVN_WC_NOT_VERSIONED, and return it if a
given file or directory is not under version control.
Current behavior is (in pseudo code):
-> Returns SVN_NO_ERROR
status points to a valid svn_status_t with status->entry == NULL
-> Returns SVN_WC_OBSTRUCTED_UPDATE
status is unchanged
Both returns SVN_WC_NOT_VERSIONED with status unchanged.
If it is OK, I'll write a patch. Then I'll experiment more
and see what I can do to solve issue #491.
> I'm confused, because it sounds like you're planning to make your GUI
> client run svn_wc_status() on every single file it can find.
> Shouldn't you be running svn_wc_statuses() on a single path (with the
> verbose flag) and get back a list of all things under version control?
Yes, I first used svn_wc_status (and/or svn_client_status).
Then I found that locally added (not svn add'ed) files and
directories do not show up if I used those functions. So I
temprarily switched to do svn_wc_status on every file in a
directory and found this behavior. (Of course it doesn't
show svn_wc_status_absent or svn_wc_status_delete entries so
I should use different method.)
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Received on Sat Oct 21 14:36:45 2006