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Re: "commit --non-recurse <dir>" bug

From: C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-02-16 21:37:21 CET

Volker Artmann <volker_artmann@credence-sz.com> writes:

> Hello SVN developers,
> when using the "commit --non-rcurse <anyWCdir>", nothing is done by
> the commit. In my oppinion this is a bug. I looked into the (V
> 0.37) source and found the (possible) cause of this in the file
> "commit_util.c". I changed the source (see diff-file in attachment:
> patch -p 1 <client_util.c.diff).

Commit (unlike all other svn subcommands) treats --non-recursive (-N)
as "depth 0" (other subcommands use depth 1). So unless you have
property modifications on your wc-dir, 'svn commit -N <wc-dir>' will
do (and is expected to do) nothing.

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