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Re: showing where the current wc is pointing...

From: fj <fj_at_effjay.com>
Date: 2007-09-18 09:48:00 CEST

Jean-Marc van Leerdam wrote:
> Hi FJ,
> On 18/09/2007, fj <fj@effjay.com> wrote:
>> Given:
>> 1. Is there any other way to display where the wc X' is "pointing"
>> currently?
> Right-click the file, select 'Properties' and look at the URL: entry.
>> 3. Unrelated question - if I do a "switch" of the wc from one repository
>> entity to another, does the switch event appear in any logs anywhere? I
>> didn't see it in the revision log, nor in the apache access log.
> No, the switch only changes your WC, there are no commits and therefor
> no logs to update. Switch is 'only' a shortcut to:
> - backup all local modifications
> - remove the current working copy for the current branch(or trunk)
> - checkout a new working copy from the new branch(or trunk)
> - restore all local modifications
ahh. of course. I'd entirely forgotten about the subversion tab that
gets added to the gui "properties" dialog.

and regarding the switch... (hand slapping forehead) yes, in retrospect,
I should have seen that. It's pretty obvious. it's entirely a
client-side action and as such is certainly not something we'd want in
the log of what happens to the repository.

Thank you.

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Received on Tue Sep 18 09:48:06 2007

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