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Re: CVSROOT type functionality?

From: Peter Davis <peter_at_pdavis.cx>
Date: 2002-08-31 08:26:28 CEST

On Friday 30 August 2002 22:50, Robert W Anderson wrote:
> svn ls as well as all the
> commands that work on URLs directly (rm, etc.) also would benefit.

I think the problem is that some of those commands can take both a URL or a
local directory, and so they require the full 'scheme://path' syntax in order
to differentiate the two. So if 'rm' responded to some $SVNROOT env
variable, how would it know when 'svn rm foo' was talking about $SVNROOT/foo
or just plain './foo'?

Just like Greg suggested, I personally use a $REPOS variable, and I haven't
had any problems with that yet.

Peter Davis
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Received on Sat Aug 31 08:27:03 2002

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