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Re: making 'status' output more human readable

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2006-01-10 19:44:50 CET

Bart Robinson <lomew@pobox.com> writes:
> I was thinking of writing a patch to add an option to 'status'
> to make the output geared more towards human readability. I
> often forget what all the letters mean and which column
> indicates what, so although the 'svn help' output is concise and
> helpful, it would be nice to run it with a different option to
> get a brief explanation.

The default output is meant to be human-readable, but for expert
humans I guess. I'm not sure that having Yet Another Output Format
would be good; instead, why not write a wrapper that runs status with
the --xml flag and parses the result, displaying it to the user in
some arbitrarily beautiful fashion?


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