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Re: Checking for merge updates with "svn status -u -g"

From: Stefan Sperling <stsp_at_elego.de>
Date: Wed, 9 May 2012 15:40:11 +0200

On Wed, May 09, 2012 at 09:32:05AM -0400, James Hanley wrote:
> When creating a branch, it would be very useful if merge data could
> optionally be included in svn status -u with the -g option.
> Essentially, it would tell you if there are changes upstream from the
> origination of the branch... I'm not entirely certain what the output
> should look like, but it might indicate a table key of ancestry at the
> top and a similar output to "svn status -u" with indication of where
> the ancestry has the update yet to be merged:
> [a1 = /trunk]
> [a2 = /branches/team_branch_base]
> [a3 = /branches/userbob_feature_widget]
> * 517 ./hello.c
> [a1] * 507 ./world.c
> * 517 ./foo.h
> * ./bar.h
> [WC] M 569 ./dir
> [WC] M 569 ./dir/file.c
> Thoughts?

This command lists files that differ between branches, which may
be a close match to what you're asking for:

  svn diff --summarize BRANCH1_URL BRANCH2_URL

You'd have to run it separately for each branch you're interested in.
Received on 2012-05-09 15:40:53 CEST

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