in my case, I need the "action" column for documentation purposes... some
kind of "report of changed files"...
particularly, our project is divided in many sub-projects, each with its own
branch, when we finish a project, we need to provide the list of changed
currently I use the following script:
svn diff URL_TO_TRUNK@XXX URL_TO_BRANCH@HEAD | grep Index: > my_report.txt
XXX is the last "merge point" between TRUNK and BRANCH
this script generates the list of changed files in my project, but I have no
way to know if files where added, removed or modified.... and other people
in my project hate to use scripts, they want a graphical interface...
I thought that with the new "Changed Files" I could resolve my problem, but
without exporting the "Action" column I can't
I don't know if my need is too specific.... Does anybody else need something
On 8/11/06, Stefan Küng <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Johan Chaves Saborío wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I installed the 1.4.0RC1 today.
> > I was testing the new "Changed Files" dialog (which I was waiting for
> > since a lot of time ago... :P ) when I noticed that when I use the
> > button "Save list of selected files to...", the generated list does not
> > export the "Action" column...
> > Is it a bug or a new feature??? (if so, how do I request it?)
> It's a feature. The feature is to save a list of files which can then
> later be used in other applications (e.g. ftp clients only uploading
> those changed files). If the action column would be in the list too,
> those clients wouldn't work correctly anymore. That's why the action
> column text isn't exported too.
> I'm not sure if we even *should* add the action column. We would either
> have to export it always (which would make it harder to use the file
> list in other apps) or provide yet another context menu entry for it. I
> don't think that's worth it.
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Received on Fri Aug 11 20:55:57 2006