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Re: --non-interactive still invokes editor?

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-07-05 22:16:01 CEST

On May 2, 2005, at 4:06 AM, Ulrich Eckhardt wrote:

> Cheers!
> I stumbled over the fact that an invocation of 'svn mkdir --non-
> interactive
> $URL' in a script still fires up the editor. Yes, one could
> consider it a
> programming mistake to not supply any logentry at all, but I would
> have
> expected svn to then fail unless --force-log is supplied.
> The Book only talks about credentials/authentication, maybe that
> should be
> clarified that it really only applies to those.

You're right, Uli. It seems that --non-interactive currently means
"don't prompt for authentication" and nothing else. It has no effect
on *any* subcommand's ability to launch $EDITOR. (That is, $EDITOR
is always launched, no matter what.)

Developers: should we document --non-interactive more precisely? Or
should we fail to launch $EDITOR in the presence of this option?

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