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Re: Darcs-style interactive commits,

From: Remko Troncon <public_at_el-tramo.be>
Date: 2006-10-19 11:03:13 CEST

> Well not to just plug my own script, but I recently wrote a wrapper
> that allowed you to delete the filenames from your log message that
> you did not want to commit. You can find my initial version on the
> mailing list archives at:
> http://subversion.tigris.org/servlets/ReadMsg?

Being able to weed files from the commit is a first step in the
direction of what I want. However, the problem is that you don't
always know which files contain things that you don't want to commit,
so a review of the changes for each file is something I want as well.
What's even worse (and what I think makes it impossible to write as a
script) is that you might want certain changes in a file to be
committed, and others not.

Cherry-picking of changes to commit sounds like something many people
would enjoy. And, although i don't know anything about subversion
internals, I don't think it requires substantial changes to
Subversion to be able to do this.


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