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svn status --- sorted output ???

From: Anton Sharonov <Russe_at_gmx.at>
Date: 2005-08-31 11:03:33 CEST

Hallo, All,

I'm very new to Subversion, and may be my question is very trivial, but i
have discovered a little inconvenience in working with "svn status" command.
After playing with several available GUI's there are for me seems to be
still most convenient way to examine local changes. But it's looks like that
sorting order of changed files inside some directory is very "chaotic",
(thanks a lot that they are at least properly grouped by directories!). As i
prefere to see differences with my favorit WinMerge program, i must always
switch over to windows explorer (with shell-integrated TortoiseSVN) and
navigate to next file reported by "svn status" command. In case that there
are a lot of files in directory and few of them is changed it's hard to jump
from previously observed file to next one - because "chaotical" order of
"svn status" command output.

Have i another solution instead of always piping "svn status" output via the
"sort" command ?

Best regards.

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