|Subject:||On the Utility of Update -A|
|Date:||Tue, 31 May 2005 12:11:16 -0700|
What purpose does the update –A switch serve other than to switch you back to the HEAD of trunk after creating a branch? With the exception of that narrow use case it seems to be dangerous and confusing. It also seems to be redundant as there is a more general way of switching branches and merging changes from the top of a branch. Not suggesting that’s all true but that’s the impression I have and would appreciate some clarification.
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