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Which commands are supposed to use the new peg version at BASE?

From: Peter Hercek <peter_at_syncad.com>
Date: 2004-10-06 17:16:10 CEST

Hi all,

I already posted this question to the users list,
 but nobody responded. Maybe they do not know.

Version 1.1 introduces peg version at BASE for cat
 diff, blame, switch, merge, update, proplist, propget

It probably does not make sense for add, co, cleanup,
 ci, delete, export, help, import, info, mkdir, move,
 resolved, revert, status since they do not have any
 BASE to take the pegged revision from or do not
 have revision switch at all.

I'm not sure how it is with propdel, propedit and propset.

Log command stays as it was (ie the path is searched
 in a revision specified by -r argument instead of being
 pegged to BASE). I'm not sure whether it was intended.
 Is this intentional? If yes, what is the reasoning for
 having two different ways for locating objects in the
 repository for commands which share these properties:
 * do have meanigfull -r argument
 * do have BASE

BTW, svn help move reports that move command can
 use -r argument, but it looks like it is not applicable.

You do a great work guys,

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