bzr 0.0.3 released
mbp at sourcefrog.net
Thu Apr 7 12:37:21 BST 2005
On Thu, 2005-04-07 at 12:58 +0200, Markus F.X.J. Oberhumer wrote:
> > Can't 'bzr rename' do the first and 'bzr move' both? All the Linux
> > hackers, people used to UNIX and Windows users could be happy that way,
> > couldn't they?
> Actually I was about to suggest the same.
OK, that might be a good way to do it.
> Also it would be nice if it were possible to do "bzr mv" after the mv
> has already happend (darcs does allow this).
Yes, I plan to do that. I see darcs seems to automatically do that if
the source doesn't exist in the working directory and the destination
does, which is pretty clever.
> And somewhat related to mv, I think that automatically removing files
> from the repo is a really bad idea. Think of "vi a", "mv b c", "bzr
> commit". "mv b c" should have been "bzr mv", but now b has silently been
> removed without any warning. No file should get added without "bzr add",
> and none removed without "bzr remove".
Only 'no warning' if you commit without checking the status or diff,
which I suppose people do sometimes do.
So you'd rather have an error if you tried to commit when some files had
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