The only checkout options I found for the checkout command that the
sharpcvslib as implemented already is -d, -r, and -N options.
I am in the process if implementing the -d and -r options at this time. I
can implement the others and the library will not process them.
If you can find the -D option implementation, please tell me the file name.
I need to know which property to set in the workingDirectory object.
Steve Kenzell, MCP
I've had a quick look and believe that the -D option is not currently
I think the way to implement this would be very similar to the way revision
is implemented. Namely there would be a property on WorkingDirectory to
allow the date to be set. Then each command that supports the -D option
would check the WorkingDirectory to see if the date has been sent and if so
send the appropriate ArgumentRequest's. Clayton, do you agree?
The only thing I am unsure about is in the interface to set the date,
should the date be passed as a DateTime object or as a string? I currently
have the same dilemma with the Log command (which can take multiple dates
and pairs of dates so needs implementing seperately). I think my
preference is to take a DateTime, but I'm keen to see what others have to
say about it.
Steve, Clayton if you are both busy on other things, I don't mind putting
this mod in - I can put my log mod in at the same time. The only thing is
that you would probably have to wait until tomorrow (Tuesday) morning for
it (I'm 8 hours behind both of you). Also I probably wont be able to test
it. Alternatively Steve, if you want to do it yourself and need any help
just let me know.
At 19:38 09/11/03 -0800, Steve Kenzell wrote:
>The only checkout options I found for the checkout command that the
>sharpcvslib as implemented already is d, -r, and N options.
>I am in the process if implementing the d and r options at this time. I
>can implement the others and the library will not process them.
>If you can find the D option implementation, please tell me the file
>name. I need to know which property to set in the workingDirectory object.
>Steve Kenzell, MCP