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Re: 'svnlook changed' inconsistent with 'svn up'

From: Julian Foad <julianfoad_at_btopenworld.com>
Date: 2006-02-12 23:22:31 CET

John Peacock wrote:
> the 'svnlook changed' output differs from what 'svn up' displays.
>>$ svn up -r5
>>A project1/branches/branch1/dir2
>>$ svnlook changed -r5 ../test-repos
>>A project1/branches/branch1/dir2/
> svnlook displays directory names with a trailing slash (arguably the correct
> output), and 'svn up' doesn't. I don't see a bug about this issue. Should I
> file one?

It seems that the only commands that print a final slash are:

   svnlook {changed,dirs-changed,tree}
   svn list

The rest don't:

   svnlook diff ("Property changes on: dir")
   svnlook history (reports on either a dir or a file, not a mixture)
   svn {add,ci,co,copy,move,delete,...}

I like the final slash, and I like consistency among commands. What should we do?

- Julian

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