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Re: Changelists: the next generation

From: Danny van Heumen <danny.vanheumen_at_hccnet.nl>
Date: 2007-10-13 17:41:56 CEST

Jack Repenning wrote:
> --no-changelist: an option that can be used anywhere a changelist can be
> used, which means "all the modified things that aren't in a changelist."
> An obvious use: "svn changelist --no-changelist newchangelistname" to
> mark all your currently unchangelisted changes, say before working on an
> interrupt or distraction.
> ...
The first idea that came to my mind when I read '--no-changelist' (so I
didn' t read any further yet) was that it somehow ignores/hides the
changelist information.
For example say you would want to show the status of the working copy.
With 'svn st --no-changelist' it would just show the a list of files
without showing the corresponding change lists. (This is probably
already possible, but that's not my point.)

Maybe it's a better idea to call this option '--not-in-changelist' as it
sounds less ambiguous (at least to me).


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