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Re: RFC: svn update --print-log-messages

From: B. W. Fitzpatrick <fitz_at_red-bean.com>
Date: 2002-12-17 15:46:16 CET

ketil@ii.uib.no (Ketil Z. Malde) writes:
> mark benedetto king <bking@answerfriend.com> writes:
>
> > $ svn up
> > U notes/autoversioning-strategy.txt
> > Updated to revision 1234.
>
> > When I see that, I think to myself "hey, I wonder what spiffy updates
> > happened there?"
>
> Okay, as people have pointed out, you can do 'svn -rBASE:HEAD log'
> before you update, if you remember.
>
> It should (I suppose) also be easy for 'svn up' to print out the base
> revision:
>
> $ svn up
> U notes/autoversioning-strategy.txt
> Updated from revision 1066 to revision 1234.
> ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Hmmm. I like the idea, but what should Subversion do in the case of a
mixed revision working copy? For example, if I update just one file
somewhere, or commit a file or two, then I have a mixed revision
working copy (you can see this yourself by checking out a working
copy, change a file, commit it, then run svn status -v).

So the long and the short is that I don't think there's a way to
really accomplish what you suggest, but I'd love to be proven
wrong. :)

-Fitz

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