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Re: Support for partial checkins?

From: Rick Mann <rmann_at_latencyzero.com>
Date: 2005-06-08 02:15:50 CEST

On Jun 7, 2005, at 17:06, Steve Williams wrote:

> Try putting the list of files into a temp file. Use that file as
> the 'targets' parameter.
> svn ci --targets tempfile -m "Multiple file commit"

So, this is the best suggestion I've heard so far, but it's still a
bit cumbersome. "svn commit", as I envision it, combines all this
into one easy step (easy process?):

1. svn stat piped to a file
2. open the file
3. edit the file, which might be much more than just deleting a few
lines (can the output of stat go straight to svn commit?)
4. save and quit
5. type the commit command with all its options, prone to error

The other way is:

1. svn commit
2. edit comment
3. (optionally) remove files from the file list
4. save and quit.

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