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alias 'svn up -n' to 'svn st -u' when '--nonrecursive' removed? :-)

From: Alexis Huxley <ahuxley_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2002-07-12 14:10:40 CEST


A suggestion: I keep thinking "Before I run 'svn up' I'll just simulate
it to see what'll happen".

It would seem intuitive to stick a '-n' after the 'svn up'.

Ok, the effect would be indentical to 'svn st -u' I guess, and of
course - in different cicumstances - 'svn st -u' is right - mentally,
if you see what I mean, so I can't offer any argument stronger than
intuition :-)

It couldn't be done while '-n' is for '--nonrecursive', but if the
recursive/non-recursive-ness of commands were aligned ... ?


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