On Wed, 2003-01-22 at 10:36, B. W. Fitzpatrick wrote:
svn status -vN .
doesn't work as expected. Instead of just saying:
4508 4508 cmpilato .
it gives me the status of every file in the current directory.
It could be that this is intended behavior, but if it is, then there
needs to be a way to specify just the directory, like the -d option for
Since I can't touch the issue, I'll just say that the explicit '.'
method seems right to me. Given that I had never seen the issue or the
discussion surrounding it before, that's the behavior I expected. I
understand the appeal of having an explicit option to satisfy a certain
aesthetic sense. But really, it's the more important for the pieces
people interact with directly to behave in a manner they do not find
surprising. If 'svn st' felt a little more like 'ls' to use, I would
recommend '-d' instead.
If ever I get a wild hair and decide to make up a patch for this issue,
is it likely to be accepted? Or, are you simply not going to bother at
all until after 1.0?
Eric Hopper email@example.com
Received on Sat Oct 14 02:06:39 2006