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#433 new enhancement

GetComponents to report updated components

Reported by: baiotti@… Owned by: Eric Seidel
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Component: GetComponents Version:
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Description

I think it would be useful if "GetCompontents --update" reported which components and which files have been actually updated (they are usually a few, if one updates periodically). This can be achieved with the --verbose option, but then the output is larger than needed, I think. The current version (with the --version option) outputs, for example:

Updating module: LSUThorns/SummationByParts
from repository:

https://svn.cct.lsu.edu/repos/numrel/LSUThorns/SummationByParts/trunk

located in: ./arrangements

Executing: svn update --non-interactive

In: ./arrangements/LSUThorns/SummationByParts

U src/call_derivs2.c
Updated to revision 127.

I think that even without the --verbose option the lines

Updating module: LSUThorns/SummationByParts

U src/call_derivs2.c
Updated to revision 127.

should be output, while the lines

from repository:

https://svn.cct.lsu.edu/repos/numrel/LSUThorns/SummationByParts/trunk

located in: ./arrangements

Executing: svn update --non-interactive

In: ./arrangements/LSUThorns/SummationByParts

report information that is not usually needed (not to speak of the initial long ,info. stuff) and therefore should be output only if the --verbose option is invoked.

In brief, I would like the output of
GetComponents --update
to be like

Updating module: LSUThorns/SummationByParts

U src/call_derivs2.c
Updated to revision 127.

Cheers,
Luca

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