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Re: check-wc (new ruby program to check wcs for modifications or updates)

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_red-bean.com>
Date: Mon, 11 Aug 2008 02:02:32 -0400

Richard Lewis <rpil2+check-wc_at_rtf.org.uk> writes:
> (hope this is the right list)

I think it's fine to post announcements of new scripts here, but you
might want to post to users@ too (or post there first, to get
comments). No big deal either way, though.

> I have written a ruby program called check-wc to examine
> working copies and see if they have been locally modified or if they are
> out of date. It's a bit like svnversion except:
> * it doesnt tell you the version just whther there are modifications or not
> * "modifications" the presence of unversioned files, but switched files
> do not count (the intention is that it reminds you when you forgot to
> commit some changes, but switching a file or directory is probably not
> something you need to care about)
> * it can also tell you if files in the wc are out of date (ie that you could run "svn
> up" and things would change)
> * finally, it's written in ruby, so it might be useful as an example of
> using the ruby bindings

So how is this different from 'svn update -u'?


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Received on 2008-08-11 08:02:44 CEST

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