Philip M. Gollucci wrote:
Stas Bekman wrote:
Philip M. Gollucci wrote:
Like um, are you kidding me?

SVN switches the .svn dir's entries file to a binary format which
IMHO is a good thing(tm) its much faster.
Yay, that's fantastic!
Obviously, I swap some paths to get a 1.3.x and re-checkout to roll
-rc2, but is there any reason a simple find . -type f (not quite
that simple) or similar won't work. I guess we could do a 'svn
status' if you really want to get SVN involved. Or we could actually
write out a MANIFEST file once and for all and then just update it
like most other CPAN type projects.

Thoughts ?
If you don't mind the delay, the following will do the same job as the
code below:

svn list -R https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/perl/modperl/trunk
Well thats slightly better then the 'svn status -v' I committed last night.
But it does pull the MANIFEST generation from local copy to server
whereas status does not
and the previous code uses the local copy.

Which is better I don't know... But I think both are moot based on
Randy's wants/desires
for WIN32 / TortoiseSVN and svn not being in the %PATH%
Sorry, I missed Randy's comments.

Well, how about having this file auto-generated *and* commited, so only
before a new release someone, who does have an access to svn, will
re-auto-generate the file? And if Randy is RM, someone else could run
that update for Randy.

I think using the local copy is better since it should be faster.

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