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Feature request (4) -- status of modified copies

From: Rob Hubbard <rob.hubbard_at_softel.co.uk>
Date: Fri, 13 Feb 2009 10:37:09 -0000

Suppose that you have modified and renamed a file:
    $ svn mv old_name new_name
    $ ### (edit contents of new_name)
The command
    $ svn st
    A + new_name
    D old_name
has the same response whether or not new_name was modified. The command
    $ svn diff new_name
will of course reveal the edits. Is there a way to reveal that the copy
is a modified copy in the status?
If not, should the response from the status instead be as follows:
    $ svn st
    M + new_name
    D old_name
or alternatively a new combined added-with-history-and-modified
    $ svn st
    A M new_name
    D old_name

(It would also be useful if --summarize could be used on working

Rob Hubbard.

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