It's certainly an interesting feature. I could see that being useful in the
base SCMClient if you wanted to do a bit more work to make that usable
there. I'll leave that up to you though, since I don't want to suddenly put
a lot on your plate :)
Christian Hammond - [EMAIL PROTECTED]
On Mon, Oct 6, 2008 at 6:47 PM, Chris Clark <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On 10/6/2008 6:28 PM, Christian Hammond wrote:
> > Best way is to submit a patch so it's used for something in
> > post-review. What flag is this for?
> The scm I use has the feature of allowing you to pass in a file that
> contains a list of the working files. This is the -l flag, so I added
> the same flag to my subclass of SCMClient, e.g.:
> myscm -l filename
> Where filename is a text file with a list of all the files that are
> being working on.
> This is handy when the list is large (and/or when you are being sneaky
> and working on multiple problems in the same checkout area).
> I've only used it in the sub class of SCMClient. I did toy with the idea
> of putting this in the base class BUT the SCM I use allows the file list
> to contain directory information as well as the file names (and revs) so
> you can be in a sub directory and submit a file in the parent directory.
> Because of this I wasn't sure this was worth making available to all
> SCMClient's. I could certainly move it into the base class and then each
> line would be passed into diff() in the files list/array. Is there any
> interest in that or should I keep this in my subclass (my subclass
> simply passes in the file name to the spawned exe, I don't bother
> reading the file myself)?
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