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Re: A concern regarding the changelist feature

From: Michael Haggerty <mhagger_at_alum.mit.edu>
Date: 2007-10-01 17:45:18 CEST

C. Michael Pilato wrote:
> Michael Haggarty makes what I think is a valid complaint about the new
> 'changelist' feature in, oddly enough, a blog comment. You can read it here:
> http://blogs.open.collab.net/svn/2007/07/one-quality-of-.html#comment-84263984
> For your convenience, I'll reproduce comment here:
> [...]

At the request of some people on IRC, I created issues #2947 and #2948
covering the two points mentioned in my blog comment:


Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
> Maybe an improvement to the UI would be to change the text to point
> out that the file being moved *was* a member of a previous changelist:
> "Path 'foo' has moved from changelist 'bar' to changelist 'baz'."
> ??

Yes, that would be fine. As long as it is not silent, then I'm happy.

>>> What would be really sweet would be a way to stash a selected
>>> changelist away somewhere (e.g., as a patch) and unapply the
>>> corresponding changes from the working copy.
> ?
> $ svn diff --changelist foo > foo.patch
> $ svn revert --changelist foo

That's handy; I hadn't realized that revert allows a --changeset option.

But it is still requires a lot more manual bookkeeping (and is therefore
more error prone) than

$ quilt pop

which I use about 50 times a day along with its friend, "quilt push". :-)


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