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Re: 'svn revert' behavior

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2002-01-29 22:04:47 CET

Vladimir Prus <ghost@cs.msu.su> writes:
> I'm confused about 'svn revert':
> bash-2.05a$ svn st
> M ./Jamfile
> bash-2.05a$ svn revert
> (Nothing reverted)
> bash-2.05a$ svn revert .
> (Nothing reverted)
> It looks like in order to revert all the files in the current directory, I
> should either list them all, or give '--recursive' option. Is this behaviour
> intentional, and if so, what is the rationale?

Yes, it's one of the few commands that's not recursive by default,
intentionally. There could be a better usage hint in place of the
silence when nothing gets reverted, though; care to patch?


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