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Re: Problem : svn: working copy locked:

From: Rafael Garcia-Suarez <raphel.garcia-suarez_at_hexaflux.com>
Date: 2003-01-10 15:20:11 CET

Olivier DAVY wrote:
> 3bis chapter 3 Make changes to your working copy : well, I was shocked by
> the fact that the semantic of the -r option for add (recursive) is not the
> same as the other commands. We have to debate about that ! And the
> recursive behaviour by default is what I want !

If '-r' is written, that's a typo : the 'recursive' behavior is always
implemented by an uppercase -R.

> 7. chapter 3, revision numbers : "These keywords allow you to perform many
> common (and helpful) operations" : We must provide examples (scenarii) of
> how they can be helpfull : svn revert -r BASE, svn update -r COMMITED, svn
> revert -r PREV, svn co -r HEAD : Are they good examples ?

svn revert doesn't understand '-r' (see your 6th point). I think the
more helpful examples would be with svn log, svn diff or svn merge. At
least I use -rKEYWORD only with those commands.

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