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clarification of the --list command (was Re: [proposal] --targets command line option)

From: Ben Collins <bcollins_at_debian.org>
Date: 2002-02-28 16:40:14 CET

> One extra addition I'd like to add is an option to "status" to limit
> output to "missing" or "added" files/dirs, without the prefix we
> normally get. The idea is to be able to do:

Here's how I could see the --list command being used:

"added" - List entries that are scheduled for addition
"new" - List entries that are not under version control
"deleted" - List entries scheduled for deletion
"missing" - List entries under version control, but not in working copy
"modified"- List modified entries.

That makes more sense to me. Could also allow for something like:

svn status --list added,modified | svn commit -t -


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