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Re: Bug#431437: zsh: 'svn {ci, commit}' completion includes uncontrolled/unmodified files


Clint Adams <schizo@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 02, 2007 at 10:19:52AM -0500, Michael Ekstrand wrote:
>> The completion routines for arguments to the subversion commit command
>> allow completion of uncontrolled and unmodified files.  These files do
>> not show up in the list of available completions when Tab is hit twice,
>> but they are completed when typed.
>> To reproduce, place a new file in a Subversion working directory and
>> attempt to tab-complete for svn ci without first adding it to the
>> repository.
>> With the exception of the argument to the -F option (which will usually
>> be uncontrolled), I think that the commit completion should be
>> restricted to modified files under version control.
> Any svn users have any thoughts on this one?

I can confirm this behaviour and I like it. The svn completion maintains
an internal cache that really often get outdated. Than the completion of
these files is very handy.

Bye, Jörg.
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