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Re: Stage 1 of true rename support.

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-05-22 00:25:28 CEST

Martin Furter <mf@rola.ch> writes:
> Why specify both names?
> As you said the client knows the other side of the rename, so it could
> automatically add it to the commit.
> But, wait, it's one operation, so there aren't really two 'sides' ;)
> What i really want to say is: I'm a lazy guy and filename completion on
> the commandline works for the new name only, so i'd like to specify only
> one of those two names to commit the rename.

Most commits use implied arguments -- the target is a subtree or
subtrees (sometimes implied '.'). Thus, usually you will not be in
the position of having to name either side of the rename.

But when the user *does* specify exactly one side, I think it would be
too much "Do What [you guess] I Mean" instead of "Do What I Say" for
Subversion to commit the other side of the rename as well. I feel
it's safer to just error out. At any rate, I'd like to at least start
with that behavior and see how it works out.

(However, this is a minor detail anyway. If I get outvoted on this
one, I'm not going to feel too bad.)

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Received on Sun May 22 01:02:37 2005

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