Re: svn copy doesn't honour "--quiet" in 1.7.1 ??
Philip Martin wrote on Fri, Nov 11, 2011 at 11:16:45 +0000:
> "Zibetti Paolo" <paolo.zibetti_at_sisal.it> writes:
> > With Subversion version 1.6.x, I could add the "--quiet" switch to the
> > "svn copy" command to suppress all output in case the command succeeds.
> > With Subversion version 1.7.1 "svn copy --quiet ..." always prints
> > informational messages such as "Committed revision 42."
> > Other commands such as "svn commit", on the contrary, honour the
> > "-quiet" switch as expected.
> > Is this an intended behaviour or a bug ?
> That looks like an unintended change in behaviour. I don't see any
> discussion around the time the change (r988627) was made.
This has been fixed on trunk and nominated for backport to 1.7.2.
Received on 2011-11-13 16:51:57 CET
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