rm with bzr
alex.chenhl at gmail.com
Tue Nov 21 02:43:09 GMT 2006
Actually, what I said only occur in subdir and not in root dir.
You can try following actions to reproduce the problem.
bzr add test; bzr ci -m foo
bzr add a; bzr ci -m fooagain
bzr log .
the output will only show the rev on which the test is created. And I want
it list the rev where "a" is added, as you can find when use "bzr log
bzr-root". Since the files adding or removing is a kind of change to the
dir, so I think the behavior I wanted is reasonable. Don't you think so?
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