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[PATCH] depth test case: unversioned & modified items left untouched when folded

From: Rui, Guo <timmyguo_at_mail.ustc.edu.cn>
Date: Mon, 21 Apr 2008 23:10:30 +0800


This will be my last test case for deselection interface of sparse-directory.
I'll dig into update editor code, in which the functionality would most likely
be implemented, in the next step.

Add test case to verify that folding a subtree will not destroy to content of
unversioned & modified items.

* subversion/tests/cmdline/depth_tests.py
  (fold_tree_with_unversioned_modified_items): New tests.
  (test_lists): Run it XFail

If we consider the unversioned & modified items as obstructions, should we
make the folding behavior under control of the --force option? That is to say,
only un-version the modified items when forced, just fail the folding by
default. If this is the preferred behavior, a --force option should be passed
to run_and_verify_update() function.

And there is one more problem: should we output 'D ' on items that is
unversioned rather than deleted? When I first asked about folding a modified
item some days ago, Karl figured out that it should act like 'svn delete' --
leave the modified files in place. However, when I tried to see what does 'svn
delete' output in this situation, I found that it either refused to continue
or was forced to delete it. Any suggestion?

Rui, Guo

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