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Re: svn switch to move between servers

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2002-09-17 19:42:54 CEST

Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman@collab.net> writes:
> If you have local mods on a file, and you run either 'svn up' or 'svn
> switch', and the tree you're receiving has that file missing, then you
> get a standard conflict: you changed a file, someone else deleted it.
> Big deal. At the moment, when such a conflict happens, your file
> becomes unversioned.
> (Although maybe we should file a bug here: the output never indicates
> any conflict at all!)

Solution: let's just take the file down from 'M' to 'A' :-).

That is, make the entry schedule=added (we can still display 'C'
during the update or switch, if we want, but after the operation is
over, the file would be scheduled for addition).

So, the user is less likely to accidentally lose changes, but is still
made aware that the file no longer exists in the repository head.


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Received on Tue Sep 17 20:06:15 2002

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