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Re: [rfc/patch] Fix issue 734, import should 'mkdir -p'

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-05-09 07:24:21 CEST

David Kimdon <dwhedon@debian.org> writes:

> Sure, so how best to proceed? The two fixes are intertwined, but
> distinct. It is looking like 933 will make larger changes than 734
> and may also remove the very function that 734 touches. 933 is
> unassigned, I might take it on myself, since I'm in a bug fixing
> mood.

It would appear that this issue (#734) should die, and issue #933 be
the thing to tackle.

> In the last message to issue #933 Karl summarizes a thread [1] that
> indicates the new syntax should be :
> svn import [SRC] DST_URL
> Note that in addition to removing new_repos_entry, source and url are
> reversed. That makes import's syntax more like 'svn cp'. 'import'
> will be a special case of 'svn cp'. The new syntax will be similar to
> traditional UNIX cp, mv, rsync and cvs import syntax. Multiple
> sources will not be supported (at least not yet). SRC is optional, in
> which case '.' is implied.
> Any objections, suggestions, questions?

Well, I objected to the reversed ordering, but I was rather shot down
by my peers here at the Chicago CollabNet office. :-) So, in the
essence of not contributing to what is likely a bikeshed discussion,
I'd say just code the suggested interface.

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