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Re: Bug(?): svn status lists *.rxxx and *.mine conflict files as unknown

From: Matthijs Kooijman <m.kooijman_at_student.utwente.nl>
Date: 2005-06-13 02:07:19 CEST

> > I just noticed in a working copy with a shit load of conflicts, that svn
> > status lists the conflict files (.rxxx and .mine) as unknown ("?").
> > When trying to find out which conflicts I had still to resolve, I found all
> > those ? entries (three per conflict) quite cluttering up the output.
> > Is this intentional? Or should they be hidden from the svn status output?
> i would say hiding any name here can lead to information hiding.
> maybe i want to version a file with exactly this name. and just dont see
> it, because of the filename hider.
Good point. Yet naming a file exactly like this might not be a good idea
anyway. How does svn handle that situation?
Anyways, svn knows if the .mine file that is there is created by svn or user
created (if not, it could remove user created files on svn resolved...). So it
can only hide them if it created the files itself (which means they are sorta
under svn control?). Even more, it can show them if they were modified from
how svn put them there I think?


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Received on Mon Jun 13 02:08:13 2005

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