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Re: Bug? svn list doesn't show files added since last update

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006d_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-12-01 04:14:19 CET

On Nov 30, 2006, at 15:50, Mike Martin wrote:

> Okay, that explanation makes sense. What I find diffifcult is that
> sometime I want to get a list of all files currently under version
> control in a given directory. There is no single command to
> accomplish this in every situation. For example, take the
> following three situations:
> 1. After adding the file, but before the commit. Use svn status
> 2. After committing, but before updating. Neither svn status nor
> svn list display the file -- it's as if it's not really there.
> 3. After the update. Use svn list
> What is most troublesome is that there doesn't seem to be a way to
> list files under version control in case 2 above. It's easy enough
> to update my working copy, but sometimes that is not desirable if I
> know there are changes in the branch but I don't want them in my
> working copy yet.

Then I think you want:

svn ls -rHEAD

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