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Re: manual inconsistency regarding resolved arguments

From: Julian Foad <julianfoad_at_btopenworld.com>
Date: 2003-08-15 04:23:09 CEST

Vazquez, Jose wrote:
> I was not sure whether to send this here or to the dev mailing list. Should

Either is OK.

> Under "Guided Tour/Basic Workcycle/Resolving Conflicts (Merging Others'
> Changes)/Copying a File Onto Your Working File" the example included is
> $ svn resolved
> notice the second to last command "$ svn resolved". Later in the chapter you
> state :
> "Now you're ready to check in your changes. Note that svn resolved, unlike
> most of the other commands we've dealt with in this chapter, requires an
> argument.
> Notice that the second sentence states that resolved requires an argument
> but your example does not show one. This is confusing. I suggest you clarify
> it for future users

Thank you for reporting this error. The correct command in this case is:

$ svn resolved sandwich.txt

I will include this correction when I next change the book.

- Julian

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