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

From: Ketil Z. Malde <ketil_at_ii.uib.no>
Date: 2002-12-18 09:14:05 CET

"B. W. Fitzpatrick" <fitz@red-bean.com> writes:

> > $ 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?

1. Use the oldest one. I think this is (normally?) the same as
2. Use the current directory version

This way, we err on the safe side, and a subsequent 'svn log' would
get a few superflous log messages.

3. Print multiple notification

  $ svn up
  U notes/autoversioning-strategy.txt
  Updated from revision 1066 to revision 1234.
  U new/alternatives.txt
  U new/more-alternatives.txt
  Updated from revision 1100 to revision 1234.

Are mixed revision working copies frequent? I ask, because in my case
they're not.


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