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Re: svn info exit status regression in 1.3.0

From: Peter N. Lundblad <peter_at_famlundblad.se>
Date: 2006-01-17 15:52:07 CET

On Tue, 17 Jan 2006, Dave Rodgman wrote:

> 'svn info' on a non-existent URL gives an exit status of 1 in version
> 1.2.0 (as I would expect). In 1.3.0 the error message has been improved
> (thanks, general error message improvement is a real benefit), but the
> exit status is now 0.
The error was made non-fatal, i.e. into something like a warning and if
you give the info command multiple targets, then you'll see that it
continues even if a target doesn't exist.

We had this discussion before and the concensus seemed to be that even
warnings should produce a non-zero exit code.

> Is this intentional? Should I file a bug report?
I don't remember if there is a general issue for this, but if you don't
find one, it would be great if you file an issue, pointing to this thread.
(I might point to earlier discussions later if I find them.)


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