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RE: updating to dates

From: Dale Worley <dworley_at_pingtel.com>
Date: 2005-05-02 19:51:51 CEST

> > Why does this command not work ?
> >
> > >svn update -r {2005-04-05}
> try svn update -r '{2005-04-05}'
> Your shell probably does brace expansion (many do, though most only if
> there's multiple comma-separated items in the braces).

A very effective way to solve problems like this is to prefix the command in
question with "echo":

    $ echo svn update -r {2005-04-05}
    svn update -r 2005-04-05

Echo shows how the arguments are really being passed to svn.

You can also use "set -x" to get the shell to print out each command just
before it is called. ("set +x" turns that off.)


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