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Re: How to specify just a prop change to "svn ci" and a feature request

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-01-27 07:10:16 CET

Trent Mick wrote:
> Hello all,
> Given the following (i.e. a property change on the current dir and a
> file change on a file in that dir):
> $ svn status
> M .
> M relic.py
> how does one tell "svn commit" to just commit the property change?

'svn commit . -N' ... a 'nonrecursive' commit of the directory itself.

> A feature that would help here (and in other circumstances) would be
> for "svn ci" to allow one to control the set of things to commit by
> editing the commit message template below this line:

Yes, it would be nice. In the meantime, you can specify the list of
targets on the commandline: 'svn commit foo bar baz'. You can also
create the list yourself in a text-editor (perhaps by first redirecting
the output of 'svn status'), and then running 'svn commit --targets

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