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Re: --dry-run

From: Jan Hendrik <jan.hendrik_at_bigfoot.com>
Date: 2004-04-14 16:20:08 CEST

Concerning Re: --dry-run
Glenn Maynard wrote on 14 Apr 2004, 4:43, at least in part:

On Wed, Apr 14, 2004 at 10:27:41AM +0200, Jan Hendrik wrote:

> Just the tuppence by a low-power user without any CVS
> inheritance and neither implying nor urging for something that has
> huge effects over the code:
> However, I would see it simply as a question of logical consistency
> to have the same switch (--dry-run) available on all commands
> where it makes sense. Just as --revision or --recursive or the like.
> But I would not see an 'update --dry-run' just from the point that it
> copies CVS behavior where the intentional separating into two
> commands created something more comfortable and powerful for
> other tasks.

You sent this to me, not the mailing list; you probably didn't mean
do that ...

Oh, sure ... Sorry, Glenn. Don't have a copy though, so forwarding
this, though now a little out of context.

Jan Hendrik

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