> -----Original Message-----
> From: marc gonzalez-carnicer [mailto:carnicer.lists_at_gmail.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2008 11:54 AM
> To: Reedick, Andrew
> Cc: Subversion Users
> Subject: Re: Re: svn add *
> i know, although i am not an expert, about regex. my point is whether
> my proposed feature is useful or not, so that not everybody who wants
> to do wrapper scripts needs to rewrite it. actually, i've written
> several of
> these scripts.
> i have checked the source code, and implementing my proposal is
> *much* easier than doing wrapper scripts with regex. see file
> subversion/svn/status.c, function print_status(). it's a matter
> of deciding whether the feature is useful or not. if it is, i could
> the patch myself.
Well it couldn't hurt. =)
What about overloaded letter(s)? Currently 'M' is used by both columns
1 and 2 in order to flag changes to the item itself or the item's
However, if you're going to go down that road, why not go all the way?
ClearCase has a souped up printf that was actually useful. They gave %x
definitions to all of the information possible. Example:
svn status --fmt "status: %M %m %L %n\n"
%M is item was modified
%m is item's properties were modified
%L is lock status
%n is the name of the item
%N would be the full path to the item
So the output would be:
status: Modified Unchanged Unlocked foo.java
Words instead of letters would be more user friendly.
In theory, you would add --fmt to all information type commands: info,
status, log, etc.. It would be exceptionally user friendly, but a bit
of an effort to implement.
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Received on 2008-01-15 18:55:35 CET