rm with bzr
Matthew D. Fuller
fullermd at over-yonder.net
Mon Nov 20 08:52:40 GMT 2006
On Mon, Nov 20, 2006 at 12:58:59AM +0800 I heard the voice of
Alex Chen, and lo! it spake thus:
> Is this behavior intentioned?
It is. It does come up for debate occasionally, though.
> How to know what files I removed?
Looking through the log should tell you. You'll need "log -v" to show
the files in each revision.
> What should I do to get the files back? Must I branch a revision
> which has those files and copy the removed files back to trunk?
If you can find the revision they disappeared in, you should be able
to do a "bzr revert -r123 some_file" (where 123 is the revision
_before_ they disappeared) to bring it back around. Doing it that way
will also preserve their file-id; doing a branch (or checkout) of the
old rev and just copying the file won't do that.
> When I use 'bzr st', there will be a lot of files listed as unknown.
> Since I'm only interested in Modified, Added, renamed and so on,
> and lasy to add all the Unknown files to ignore list, is there any
> option to suppress the displaying of unknowns?
Well, you could just ignore '*' ;p
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