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Re: svn fetch

From: Mo DeJong <supermo_at_bayarea.net>
Date: 2001-11-15 05:59:33 CET

On Wed, 14 Nov 2001 20:09:27 -0800
Greg Stein <gstein@lyra.org> wrote:

> One of the ideas that I had in the meeting last Friday was to rationalize
> some of our subcommands into a single concept. There may have been a name or
> two beforehand, but it ended up as "svn fetch".
> The basic concept is simple: fetch me some data.
> The form of the command is also simple:
> svn fetch [-r rev] [URL] [wc-path]


> checkout and update (and their aliases) would be aliases of "svn fetch".

Ok, I will bite. Sure, it could be done but why would you want to do this?
I like separating out the "get a new module" concept from the
"pull in changes from the server" concept. Why create a "super command"
that does it all? If a fetch subcommand was added, would we not want
to remove the checkout, update, and switch methods? They would just
be a crutch there to help CVS users that did not understand the power
of fetch, right?


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