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Re: Checkpointing v1 design -- terminology

From: Julian Foad <julianfoad_at_apache.org>
Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2017 12:46:04 +0000

Paul Hammant wrote:
> I'd be happier with save-cl rather than ci-save.  Or just 'save', as I'm
> not sure what you're saving if not a change list.  Incidentally CL looks
> pretty close to CI in lower case and that's already used.
> Spaces allowed in FOO name?
> $ svn save -v2 "add hair color to person page"

Yes. The name obeys existing rules for a changelist name, for forward
compatibility, and that does allow spaces.

> Also..
> $ svn save --revert -v2 "add hair color to person page"
> .. does the save and THEN drops the CL and it's changes in working copy
> - back to no changes but not necessarily up to date.

That sounds like you're proposing an alternative syntax for what the
'shelve' command does -- except I'm not sure what you want the 'v2'
option to do here; was that accidental?

>> Revert files in (active) changelist FOO:
>>   svn revert --cl=FOO  # existing syntax
> I don't know what this one does Julian?

I abbreviated a bit; the actual existing syntax for reverting the files
tagged as changelist 'FOO' is:

   svn revert --cl=FOO -R .

(assuming all the files you need to revert are under '.').

- Julian
Received on 2017-11-10 13:46:10 CET

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