E status ignored does not require updating

30-Jan-2017 11:49

So Tortoise SVN first finds the HEAD revision of the repository, and then updates all items to that particular revision number to avoid creating a mixed revision working copy.

If only one item is selected for updating or the selected items are not all from the same repository, Tortoise SVN just updates to HEAD. In Tortoise SVN, the commit dialog uses several Subversion commands.

However, you may need to quickly hide changes in a file, perhaps for an entire development session or other reasons.

Luckily there’s a simple way around this, thanks to some clever manual diving from Eelco Wiersma.

// // Lines below have the format format is "keyword=value,...".

A // package will be upgraded only if the values in its metadata match // all the supplied keywords in a line.

This is merely a helper to manage a project stored in a central location that can hold CLI tools or Composer plugins that you want to have available everywhere.

This can be used to install CLI utilities globally.

You can review the list, diff files against BASE and select the items you want to be included in the commit.

This is the equivalent of doing a git clone/svn checkout followed by a "composer install" of the vendors.

There are several applications for this: To create a new project using Composer you can use the "create-project" command.

Here is an example: php show monolog/monolog name : monolog/monolog versions : master-dev, 1.0.2, 1.0.1, 1.0.0, 1.0.0-RC1 type : library names : monolog/monolog source : [git] https://github.com/Seldaek/3d4e60d0cbc4b888fe5ad223d77964428b1978da dist : [zip] https://github.com/Seldaek/monolog/zipball/3d4e60d0cbc4b888fe5ad223d77964428b1978da 3d4e60d0cbc4b888fe5ad223d77964428b1978da license : MIT autoload psr-0 Monolog : src/ requires php php depends psr/log -t psr/log 1.0.0 Common interface for logging libraries |- aboutyou/app-sdk 2.6.11 (requires psr/log 1.0.*) | `- __root__ (requires aboutyou/app-sdk ^2.6) |- monolog/monolog 1.17.2 (requires psr/log ~1.0) | `- laravel/framework v5.2.16 (requires monolog/monolog ~1.11) | `- __root__ (requires laravel/framework ^5.2) `- symfony/symfony v3.0.2 (requires psr/log ~1.0) `- __root__ (requires symfony/symfony ^3.0) command tells you which packages are blocking a given package from being installed.

Specify a version constraint to verify whether upgrades can be performed in your project, and if not why not. You can use Composer to create new projects from an existing package.

You can review the list, diff files against BASE and select the items you want to be included in the commit.

This is the equivalent of doing a git clone/svn checkout followed by a "composer install" of the vendors.

There are several applications for this: To create a new project using Composer you can use the "create-project" command.

Here is an example: php show monolog/monolog name : monolog/monolog versions : master-dev, 1.0.2, 1.0.1, 1.0.0, 1.0.0-RC1 type : library names : monolog/monolog source : [git] https://github.com/Seldaek/3d4e60d0cbc4b888fe5ad223d77964428b1978da dist : [zip] https://github.com/Seldaek/monolog/zipball/3d4e60d0cbc4b888fe5ad223d77964428b1978da 3d4e60d0cbc4b888fe5ad223d77964428b1978da license : MIT autoload psr-0 Monolog : src/ requires php php depends psr/log -t psr/log 1.0.0 Common interface for logging libraries |- aboutyou/app-sdk 2.6.11 (requires psr/log 1.0.*) | `- __root__ (requires aboutyou/app-sdk ^2.6) |- monolog/monolog 1.17.2 (requires psr/log ~1.0) | `- laravel/framework v5.2.16 (requires monolog/monolog ~1.11) | `- __root__ (requires laravel/framework ^5.2) `- symfony/symfony v3.0.2 (requires psr/log ~1.0) `- __root__ (requires symfony/symfony ^3.0) command tells you which packages are blocking a given package from being installed.

Specify a version constraint to verify whether upgrades can be performed in your project, and if not why not. You can use Composer to create new projects from an existing package.

This ensures that everyone using the library will get the same versions of the dependencies.