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Re: what does _M mean from svn status?

From: Pat Farrell <pfarrell_at_pfarrell.com>
Date: Thu, 11 Feb 2010 18:45:52 -0500

Daniel Shahaf wrote:
> Source inspection [1] reveals that '_' is used in the listing of files in
> a log message (i.e., the thing below the "--This line, and those below,
> will be ignored--" line in an 'svn commit' lacking -m and -F) when the
> file is neither textually modified nor added, removed, or replaced.
> Is that what you were seeing? (the subject says 'svn status', but I
> can't find an "'_'" in the 'svn st' code in trunk)

I am not sure, I do know I see it in the commit window, below the --

Sorry for not having a perfectly reproducible problem, but that is
partially why its bugging me.

svn diff shows
Modified: svn:mergeinfo

with stuff.

Would be nice to clean this up.

Pat Farrell
Received on 2010-02-12 00:46:34 CET

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