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Re: svn update --dry-run?

From: Joe <svn_at_freedomcircle.net>
Date: 2004-12-02 22:57:20 CET

Hi Patrick,

Patrick Smears wrote:

> On Thu, 2 Dec 2004, Joe wrote:
>>First, I'd like to know what files in the branch are going to be
>>updated, with or without conflicts, somewhat like a "svn need-update"
>>command that would only LIST the files to be fetched.
> This sounds very much like "svn status -u" - does that work for you?

Yes, that works well. I had read about it but I guess it didn't make
an impression.

>>Nevertheless, a mechanism for previewing the possible
>>conflicts without actually updating the files seems like a useful feature.
> Yes, this would certainly be useful; I don't know of such a feature - I'm
> sure someone more qualified than me can speak as to whether it's been
> discussed...

I think I can live with "svn status --show-updates" and "svn diff" to
get what I was looking for. Thanks for your help.


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