RFC: bzr rm rethink

Stephen J. Turnbull stephen at xemacs.org
Fri Aug 8 16:48:25 BST 2008

John Arbash Meinel writes:
 > 1) It is *safe* to do "bzr rm foo", because it will only remove the
 > files if they are unmodified (aka, you can get back the contents with
 > bzr revert.) Which is actually safer than "rm foo; bzr rm".

How about an option --autocommit-changes, which automatically commits
(and warns!) the modifications to the files slated for removal from
the workspace?  This would also be *safe* in the same sense (by
definition there will never be any uncommitted changes!)

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