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Re: how to find what would be updated: status --show-updates not enough

From: Duncan Murdoch <murdoch_at_stats.uwo.ca>
Date: 2006-10-12 19:35:21 CEST

On 10/12/2006 1:30 PM, Joe Hannon wrote:
> Hi-
> So when you do an svn update, as it updates, it responds with information like
> A /svntest/test4.txt
> with a flag that tells you whether the updated file was added, deleted, updated, in conflict, or merged. I want to get this information without actually doing the updates. Confusingly, svn update --dry-run does not work. The mailing list taught me that the command is svn status --show-updates. However, svn status --show-updates tells you about what files in your working copy will be modified only. It won't say whether the modification is an update, delete, addition, etc. Is there a way to get this information without actually doing the update?


svn log -v -rBASE:HEAD

and the log will include a list of all changes from the BASE revision of
your working copy up to the HEAD in the repository. It may include
changes that have already been committed if you've got a mixed-revision
working copy.

Duncan Murdoch

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