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Re: version at which non-interactive was added to svn add

From: Stefan Sperling <stsp_at_elego.de>
Date: Thu, 18 Feb 2010 14:51:50 +0100

On Thu, Feb 18, 2010 at 08:42:10AM -0500, Andy Levy wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 17, 2010 at 21:23, lasdka 88 <lasdka88_at_googlemail.com> wrote:
> > I am trying to find out the version at which the --non-interactive
> > option was added to svn add command. I've had a look through the
> > release notes but I can't find it. I know that it was after 1.4.2. Is
> > anyone able to help me?
> Features are very rarely added in minor point releases (1.4.x), so
> most likely it was 1.5 or later.

FWIW, it's in the CHANGES file:

Version 0.14.4 [Alpha Interim 4] (released 29 Oct 2002, revision 3553)

 User-visible changes:
 * new --non-interactive switch for commandline client

> > In general, what is the best way of finding out the version at which a
> > particular command line option was added? I am trying to write some
> > software which uses subversion and is backwards compatible with older
> > versions - and for that I need to know which options were available
> > for the installed version.
> Rather than have this external dependency and have to "probe" for
> features, why not roll the Subversion client libraries into your
> software directly? Or at least use the language bindings (API) instead
> of calling the command-line directly?

Yes, I'd recommend that, too.
Just write against the current 1.6.x API, and your software will continue
to work until the day Subversion 2.0 is released (if ever...).

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