Re: Feature Request: svn update --accept failure
On 07.03.2019 04:24, Branko Čibej wrote:
> On 07.03.2019 04:08, Marc Pawlowsky wrote:
>> Sometimes failure is an option.
>> I am working inside a complex scripting environment. It would be
>> better if when svn update detects a conflict that the update did not
>> occur and that the command would fail. The versioned versions of the
>> file could still be crated and maybe another one that would have the
>> standard conflict markers, but the original file should be unchanged
>> versus copied into the .mine.
> I understand what you want, but this feature would require rather
> fundamental changes to how update works. It's not atomic.
> However, if you can live with just the individual conflicted files
> remaining unchanged, then I believe the option is --accept=mine-full.
> But I don't think that would be very useful.
The work on shelving and checkpointing SHOULD eventually add this
feature (just not as a switch for 'svn update').
Received on 2019-03-07 04:29:27 CET
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