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Re: svn commit: r19645 - branches/changelist-feature/subversion/svn

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_red-bean.com>
Date: 2006-05-16 17:09:18 CEST

On 5/16/06, Philip Martin <philip@codematters.co.uk> wrote:

> > Changelist 'status-printing':
> > M subversion/svn/status-cmd.c
> What about files that are marked as being part of a changeset but are
> are otherwise unmodified, do they show up in the status listing?

That's a very good question!

The answer is: I'm not sure. I've been pondering this for a day or
two, and I can't decide. Does having a changeset-association make
something inherently "interesting" enough to be listed by 'svn

Maybe so. One argument is that somebody might associate a file with a
changelist, then not make any edits at all, then forget about the
whole event. Assume 'svn status' shows nothing at all. A month
later, the user starts editing the file for a different reason.
Suddenly the status listing shows the edited file as part of some
really old changelist, which is sorta yucky.

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