Nathan Hartman wrote:
> "svn status" (without -v) is defined as showing only locally modified
> items. So I wouldn't object to that, provided there's a way to list
> changelist(s) in effect and what files are in them.
Well, "svn status -v" would still show them, but I agree with your point
I wrote about a package of general improvements to changelist support,
including "svn changelist --list", here:
I should add two more items to that page:
- svn status shouldn't show unmodified files
- need "svn info --show-item=changelist PATH..."
Perhaps one aspect of being in a mature and stable phase of a project's
life means that if we are going to change how an existing feature works,
we should not change it one little bit at a time like we did in early
development phases. Instead we should plan and release a set of related
changes all together. Instead of just changing "svn status" to not show
unmodified files, we should plan a set of improvements to changelists,
and that would be one of the changes.
Received on 2019-11-06 17:07:26 CET