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

From: Greg Hudson <ghudson_at_MIT.EDU>
Date: 2004-10-08 06:01:32 CEST

On Wed, 2004-10-06 at 11:16, Peter Hercek wrote:
> Version 1.1 introduces peg version at BASE for cat
> diff, blame, switch, merge, update, proplist, propget
> commands.

> 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 think copy might want to use a peg rev if you give it a revision
switch (HEAD if the source is a URL, BASE if the source is a wc path).
Likewise for export.

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

No issue there.

> 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?

I think that's an oversight or a mistake.

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

How odd. Also looks like a bug.

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