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Re: "svn status" handling uncontrolled and non-existant files

From: Julian Foad <julianfoad_at_btopenworld.com>
Date: 2003-02-03 03:06:43 CET

Philip Martin wrote:
> Julian Foad <julianfoad@btopenworld.com> writes:
>
>>I don't think a main status flag of "I" would be correct for ignored
>>items. "Ignored" is orthogonal meta-data; the status of an ignored item
>>can still be " ", "A", "D", "M", etc. just as for a non-ignored item.
>
> That was the subject of an earlier change. It was deemed necessary to
> be able to distinguish between ignored and non-ignored items.

Are we talking about the main status flag (first column)? If so, how do
you then distinguish between
ignored-added, ignored-deleted, ignored-modified, ignored-unchanged
etc.? Actually, I don't see "I". Do you mean this "I" was added at
some time but has since been removed? I see this (for a controlled file
and an uncontrolled file):

~/src/subversion> svn ps svn:ignore 'HACKING
> configure
> ' .
property `svn:ignore' set on ''
~/src/subversion> svn status HACKING configure
         HACKING
? configure

- Julian

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