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Re: "svn commit -N" broken?

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-06-16 14:26:44 CEST

Michael Schmitt <schmitt@TI.Uni-Trier.DE> writes:

> Hello,
> using svn 0.23, "svn commit -N" and "svn commit -N . " have no effect,
> even if there are modified in the current directory. I guess this is a
> bug, isn't it?

Nope, at the moment, we've defined 'svn ci -N' to mean depth 0. That
is, it's only used to commit the directory itself (assuming you've
made a propchange on it).

Yes, it's inconsistent with other uses of -N. And this is why I
believe we're switching to a --depth {0, 1, infinity) model.

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