Re: future of our "experimental" features
From: Julian Foad <julianfoad_at_apache.org>
Date: Fri, 14 Feb 2020 16:06:47 +0000
Stefan Sperling wrote:
Although I previously said so in this thread, I am not sure.
It should probably be called "wc-diff-and-patch".
As a user-level command, I'm sure it has rough edges and lacks
If we had a category of "plumbing" commands (like git does) I'd put it
I'm not really comfortable about adding it in the main UI. As I said
It doesn't feel like this is part of "stabilization".
So I suggest to keep it "experimental".
> * shelving should be reverted to v1 or hidden at compile- or run-time
I can't commit to reverting the shelving to v1 (or v2). I might have a
> * viewspec (in svn info) should be hidden at compile- or run-time
I did already make the experimental features hidden by default in "svn
We don't necessarily need more than that.
If we do want to go further in hiding them, I suggest the next step is:
* create a ~/subversion/config setting to opt-in to enabling
* disable the experimental commands/options (shelving, viewspec,
However, I can't think of any specific reason why that's really
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