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Re: [PATCH] new parameter option '--verbose' for 'svn update'

From: Julian Foad <julianfoad_at_btopenworld.com>
Date: 2005-10-07 11:46:28 CEST

steveking wrote:
> Mathias.Weinert@gfa-net.de wrote:
>> as I sometimes wanted to know what 'svn update' will do and which was

Please can you say why you want to know "what 'svn update' will do"? How does
printing the initial and/or final revision number at the beginning of its
operation help you? I don't see the point of printing "to revision 413" at the
beginning as well as the end in your short example; I imagine this would only
be useful for updates that take a long time.

>> the current revision of my working copy I implemented a '--verbose'
>> option for 'svn update' which provides these information:
>> $ svn up -v myWorkingCopy/
>> Current revision 409
>> will be updated to revision 413.
>> U foo.c
>> A bar.c
>> Updated to revision 413.
> I'd like such a feature too. Currently, I've got something similar
> implemented in TSVN, but having this in Subversion would help.

I am also interested. Could you or someone describe exactly what information
TSVN's similar feature provides, and help give an idea of why it is useful?

- Julian

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