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Re: Determining locally modified files

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-02-03 14:56:30 CET

> Not sure if this helps, but it sounds like you're describing what you
> can get via the 'svnversion' command.

By definition, 'svn up' will force your working copy to be all at the
same working revision. And beyond that, 'svn status' will tell you if
any working files are locally modified. If 'svn status' is silent, you
have no local mods.

But the easiest way to check both things is to run the 'svnversion'
program on the root of your working copy: if it prints a single
revision number which is *not* followed by an "M", then you know your
working copy is at one revision with no local mods.

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