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Disjoint working copy

From: Ręstad Atle Eivind <atle.rastad_at_saabgroup.com>
Date: Tue, 21 Jan 2014 19:29:08 +0000


Is there a way to get full status information for a disjoint working copy without performing "svn st" on each sub working copies? And without the use of external definition?

setenv p `pwd`
svnadmin create r
svn -m "" mkdir file:///$p/r/common file:///$p/r/common/module1 file:///$p/r/common/module2 file:///$p/r/common/module3
svn -m "" mkdir --parents file:///$p/r/prod/prodA
svn co file:///$p/r/prod/prodA wc
svn co file:///$p/r/common/module1 wc/mod1
svn co file:///$p/r/common/module3 wc/mod3
touch wc/mod1/file.txt
svn add wc/mod1/file.txt

Now if I perform "svn st wc" I get the output:
? wc/mod1
? wc/mod3

I.e. I do not see the added file under wc/mod1. I must perform "svn st wc/*" to see this file:
A wc/mod1/file.txt

If I set the property svn:externals on r/prod/prodA I can use "svn st wc" to see all modifications. But sometimes I do not want to set the property. Is there some other way to get "svn st wc" to show the complete status for the disjoint working copy?

Received on 2014-01-21 20:29:58 CET

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