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Re: svn status prints '+'

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2002-07-25 14:30:35 CEST

Blair Zajac <blair@orcaware.com> writes:

> I haven't seen this one before:
> A + ./contrib/orca_services
> M + ./contrib/orca_services/Makefile.in
> M + ./contrib/orca_services/README
> D ./contrib/orcaservices
> D ./contrib/orcaservices/Makefile.in
> D ./contrib/orcaservices/README
> with the + in the third column. Snooping through the source code
> it looks like it means that the '+' means just that the files or
> directories were simply copied from somewhere else.

Whoops, forgot to document this in the Handbook, and in 'svn help'.

The first two columns of 'svn status' are independent text and prop
stati; however, the 'A' and 'D' stati are defined to be 2 columns

The third column is usually blank, but sometimes displays a 'L'
indicating the directory is locked, and needs 'svn cleanup' to be run.

The fourth column can sometimes show a '+'. This means the item is
part of a copied subtree. (Or in other words, the item is part of a
subtree scheduled to be 'added with history'.)

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Received on Thu Jul 25 14:32:11 2002

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