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Re: 'svn rm URL1 URL2' creates two revisions

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2002-05-24 01:38:45 CEST

Philip Martin <philip@codematters.co.uk> writes:

> Hello
> % svn rm http://localhost/repo/foo http://localhost/repo/bar
> Committed revision 32.
> Committed revision 33.
> This isn't right is it? I think it should either remove both items in
> a single commit or give me some sort of "cannot remove multiple URLs"
> error and remove neither. Or is it supposed to work like this?

Hm. You should get a usage() message that implies only a single URL
can be passed. We can't allow multiple URLs because more than likely
the single commit message that goes with the act won't fully apply to
both commits.

Or something like that. (sorry, listening to loud music and can't
think straight...mom warned me about that rock and roll...)

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Received on Fri May 24 01:40:42 2002

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