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Re: What do you Hate about Subversion?

From: Peter McAlpine <peter_at_aoeu.ca>
Date: 2007-01-24 23:12:19 CET

My wish-list in no particular order:

- Multi-live repository mirroring.

- 100% consistent arguments between SVN commands.

- svn obliterate

- --stop-on-copy aliased to a one-letter argument.

- An easier way to find peg revisions. Perhaps a [non-recursive] log
option that will only show when a file/directory was added/deleted?

- The ability to label a particular revision.

- The ability to scan my trunk and see when/where something was
copied/branched. I want to "svn log [-v]" a file/directory and see
where it's copies (tags/branches) are (like CVS did).

- To (optionally) allow checkins on a non-lock file with the
svn:needs-lock property when nobody else has the file locked.
Forgetting to lock a file can be quite a nuisance depending at times.

- Some method to set the log-file template (without hacking SVN_EDITOR).

- Auto-props on the server side, or even better: to (optionally) use
a server-side configuration unless the client specifically sets
values in their configuration. Most of my users are clueless about
SVN configuration and would rather have me do it for them anyway.

- Relative svn:external's.

That's all for now,

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Received on Wed Jan 24 23:12:46 2007

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