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

From: Julian Foad <julianfoad_at_btopenworld.com>
Date: 2006-05-19 20:18:22 CEST

Daniel Rall wrote:
> On Tue, 16 May 2006, Philip Martin wrote:
>>"Ben Collins-Sussman" <sussman@red-bean.com> writes:
>>>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
>>>status'?
>>
>>Yes, I think it does but I have no experience of using changesets.
>
> +1, I'd like to see any file associated with a changelist show up when
> viewing the status for that changelist. This is not only very
> Perforce-like, but more importantly, user-friendly.

You say "when viewing the status for that changelist" but the example of which
part is quoted above was IIRC a plain "svn status" which report some items that
were part of changelists as well as some that weren't.

It's one thing for "svn status --changelist mylist1" to report all members of
"mylist1" but do you want plain "svn status" to report all members of all
current lists instead of just things that are modified?

I'm not taking sides, just pointing out an ambiguity.

- Julian

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