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Re: Revert should be recursive by default

From: <raphel.garcia-suarez_at_hexaflux.com>
Date: 2003-01-21 12:02:06 CET

Peter Davis peter@pdavis.cx wrote:
 So, is there a good reason to not have revert be recursive? I can't
 remember a time when I *ever* didn't use -R (except this time, when I
 forgot). Can anyone think of a use-case for -N (and should it be the
 default like it is today)? Could the same thing that was recently done
 with add be done to revert (ie., swap the -R for -N)?

I prefer destructive operations to be non recursive by default.

I've already done this to revert a prop change :
    $ svn revert my_project_root_dir
I'd be pretty annoyed if this caused the loss of all my local changes...

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