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If no such changelist, show we error?

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_red-bean.com>
Date: 2007-08-18 04:31:33 CEST

The following IRC conversation says it all:

   <kfogel> Is it a deliberate decision that 'svn commit -m logmsg
            --changelist NON_EXISTENT_CHANGELIST_NAME' does nothing?
            (It doesn't show any error, and it doesn't commit anything,
            even if there are local mods, though of course those local
            mods are not in the named changelist, since it doesn't exist.)
   
   <kfogel> This behavior is true even if you pass --keep-changelist
   
   <epg> i vote bug; it should error with "no such changelist"
   
   <kfogel> epg: I agree.
   
   <kfogel> Hmm, I'll ask dev@, just in case there was some esoteric
            reason why this behavior was deliberate.

-Karl

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