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Re: Small bug - svn status -vN

From: <fitz_at_red-bean.com>
Date: 2003-01-23 04:00:45 CET

Eric M. Hopper hopper@omnifarious.org writes:
 On Wed, 2003-01-22 at 17:39, Karl Fogel wrote:
   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?
  We're probably not going to do it before 1.0 -- but in any case, not
  sure precisely what new behavior you're proposing. Describe it in detail=
 Change status, and possibly some other commands (I'd need to review them
 to see which ones it made sense for) so that if a filename that refers
 to a directory is provided on the command line, its contents are not
 operated on if the command would not normally recurse into directories
 given the options present.
 If no file arguments are provided at all, and the command would normally
 have an implicit argument of the current directory, that directory and
 all of its contents will be operated on.
 Is that enough detail?

I think that is the correct way to implement it in terms of
recursive/non-recursive, but do you also have a plan for
--depth=[0|1|infinity] ?


Brian W. Fitzpatrick    fitz_at_red-bean.com   http://www.red-bean.com/fitz/
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