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Issue 62: ls missing and ls unknown do not list file/directory discrepancies

Reported by Thomas Keller, Apr 17, 2007

(This entry was imported from the savannah tracker, original 
location: https://savannah.nongnu.org/bugs/index.php?19610)

Given the following workspace:

foo
bar/

and the following actions on this workspace

$ mtn mv bar/ baz/
$ mtn mv foo bar

both commands, mtn ls unknown and mtn ls missing keep completly 
quite, while mtn ls changed warns about "bar not being a 
directory" and advices the usage of mtn revert.

Derek Scherger once proposed of having a separate mtn ls invalid 
command for these things, but I'm not sure if another command would 
be such helpful. I think the existing commands should be able to 
detect such discrepancies as well.

monotone version:
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0.34

Created: 13 years 5 months ago by Thomas Keller

Updated: 12 years 1 month ago

Status: New

Labels:
Priority:High
Component:Command Line UI
Type:Incorrect Behavior

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