Re: How to do "svn status -r1000"?
Good guess but "svn status" does not take -r as option. As mentioned by
Duncan (later post), I need to use "svn status" for new files or new
directories in my working copy and "svn diff" for files that are already
under version control.
On 9/9/06, Erik Huelsmann <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 9/8/06, Kevin Hung <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Let assume that my working copy is at revision 990. I made changes to a
> > files and directory trees. The head revision of the repository is 1100.
> > I just want to update my working to 1000. Before I do the update, I
> > want to see what are the changes between my working copy and revision
> > in the repository. It seems to me that svn status does not accept -r.
> svn status -u -r ... ?
> Just a guess...
Received on Sat Sep 9 20:03:20 2006
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