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Re: Why no one seems to care this issue in the past 3 years

From: Chen Jun(陈军) <chjfth_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 10 Sep 2009 09:39:38 +0800

Les Mikesell 写道:
> Andrey Repin wrote:
>> Greetings, Keith Moore!
>>> Why do you need this functionality? From the information you’ve give it
>>> just seems like you don’t need to bother running the first checkout, just
>>> the second.
>>> Maybe if you explain your desired process/outcome people can suggest an
>>> alternate approach.
>> It's often happens in an undesired way.
>> You have been working on a module of a bigger framework, and in a consequence
>> of events, you need to work on a framework as a whole.
> That still wouldn't matter in many/most situations - just commit your existing
> work and check out the larger chunk elsewhere. Or delete the workspace after
> committing if you need to put it back in the same place. Unless your project is
> huge or you have limited bandwidth this should take less time than stopping to
> complain about it.
Well, I think my suggestion is an improvement for svn and this change of
svn client side behavior would cause no harm to any existing svn users
in the real world while benefiting those with limited bandwidth. So I
still think it is worthy and tried posting it here again.

In case no svn developers think it worthy to make this change, I will go
back to mute on this issue. Hope nobody is harmed.

*陈 军*
	*Chen Jun*
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