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Re: The right library...to get info about a directory

From: Files <files_at_poetryunlimited.com>
Date: 2003-11-12 16:11:16 CET

Julian Foad said:
>> So how mad would everyone get if I added --full/--fullxml flags to ls?
> What do you propose these flags should do? It might be better to enable XML
> output (activated by the "--xml" switch) and ensure that the XML output is
> "full". Note that for "svn log", the XML output already has the full time
> (not abbreviated).

I want 'svn ls --full' to dump raw directory contents in their entirety.
Taking your suggestion, the 'svn ls --xml --full' would do a raw dump in xml
format. Or perhaps 'svn ls --raw'.

I'd also, really like to be able to do 'svn edit
http://myrepos.com/repos/svn/testfile.txt --message "mymessage" -F myfile.txt'
or 'svn edit http://myrepos.com/repos/svn/testfile.txt --message "mymessage" <

I'm not sure if SWIG is the right first place to go for me. Especially since a
I've seen addons in perl and java seem to be replicating this sort of
behavior. I feel like I'm reinventing the wheel. Maybe the behavior should
just exist?

Can I do this? Am I the only person that sees value in something like this?

Or is this totally outside of what subversion is/should be able to do from the
command line.

Thanks in advance for any suggestions/guidance.

Shamim Islam
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Received on Wed Nov 12 16:12:11 2003

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