> -----Original Message-----
> From: Daniel Shahaf [mailto:d.s_at_daniel.shahaf.name]
> Sent: vrijdag 20 maart 2015 01:00
> To: Timour Khanipov
> Cc: users_at_subversion.apache.org
> Subject: Re: Status of files with whitespace and EOL changes only
> On Fri, Mar 13, 2015 at 04:40:14PM +0400, Timour Khanipov wrote:
> > It would be nice however for the 'svn status' command to have a flag
> > which would not show or mark in a special way the files which have only
> > whitespace and/or end of line style changes. This flag exists for the
> > 'svn diff' command ('-x --ignore-space-change --ignore-eol-style ' etc).
> > What do you think of adding similar flags for the 'svn status' command?
> Sounds like a good idea.
> If your working copy is single-revision (`svnversion` doesn't print
> colons or letters), you could simulate that functionality with:
> % svn diff --summarize -r BASE -x-w
I'm not sure how well it fits the status implementation.
Status is completely optimized for performance and usually it does the most
efficient file comparisons possible (preferably just timestamps). Doing more
things in this generic code that drives many subsystems of Subversion would
slow many normal operations, and moves away from the model where status just
reports what is modified/ready for commit.
Implementing a tool that does what you ask would probably build on top of
status as does this diff call and some of the svnversion processing.
Daniel: diff --summarize ignores all file contents, so it just ignores the
-x -w arguments, just like it ignores --git.
(It drives the complete diff code, except for looking at actual file
contents). And -r BASE would +- the default behavior, so doesn't require a
Received on 2015-03-20 01:17:11 CET