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Re: [ls-issues?] Re: Why do commands fail when a file is unknown to svn?

From: C.A.T.Magic <c.a.t.magic_at_gmx.at>
Date: 2004-03-06 17:39:19 CET

> >> *sigh* Again, have you *read* the book? svn ls (an alias for 'svn
> >> list') is documented on that very page that you just pasted!
> >
> > then at least the documentation is incomplete :-)
>
> It *is* complete in this regard.
>
> > really, there is no need to *sigh* if people ask questions :-|
> > especially when the rest of the mail/thread points out up to three
> > issues
> > and limitations of svn ls and svn status.
>
> 2 of which were completely incorrect.

i'm not sure which one you mean exactly -
there were a few misunderstandings,
but the overall outcome of the discussion was, that
neither svn ls nor svn status are able to provide the required output
when dealing with long usernames and files/names with spaces.

> 'ls' is listed in the book as a shortcut for 'svn list'. It is also
> listed in 'svn help ls' as well as 'svn help list'. Where else do you
> suggest I document it?

you are right, its there! :-)
actually there really IS a bug in the OPERA 'find' function that makes it
impossible to find a word when it is preceded with a <p> tag. :-)

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c.a.t.

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