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Feature request svn client: List of local working copies/repositories root

From: Danijel Wetter <d_at_nijel.de>
Date: 2007-07-15 02:36:28 CEST


I didn't find a post in the mailing list archive, concerning a way to get
a list of my local working copies. So, I hope this is worth a feature
What do you think about a command that returns a list of active working
copies and their repository roots. I would like it very much gettng a fast
overview of all of my working copies I checked out already.
Of course, GUI based clients like svnX or TortoiseSVN provide these
feature already, but I prefer working with the command line.
Just an idea, each successful '>svn co ...' could add a line into a tsv
file (e.g. ~/.subversion/working_copies) with
        <ID> <Repository_Root> <Working_Copy_Path>
if not exists <Repository_Root>.
Maybe a nice desirable side effect, <ID> could be used as an alias for
repositories in commands like 'svn ls <ID>'.


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