[svnbook] r4063 committed - Merge from ^/trunk/en r4062, which fixed issue #89 ("ch09: svn...

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Revision: 4063
Author:   cmpilato at gmail.com
Date:     Tue Sep  6 11:26:09 2011
Log:      Merge from ^/trunk/en r4062, which fixed issue #89 ("ch09: svn
options: --strict, --targets & switch").



--- /branches/1.6/en/book/ch09-reference.xml	Tue Aug 30 08:36:13 2011
+++ /branches/1.6/en/book/ch09-reference.xml	Tue Sep  6 11:26:09 2011
@@ -681,10 +681,13 @@
-            <para>Tells Subversion to get the list of files that you
-              wish to operate on from the filename that you provide
-              instead of listing all the files on the command line.
-            </para>
+            <para>Tells Subversion to read additional target paths for
+              the operation from <replaceable>FILENAME</replaceable>.
+              <replaceable>FILENAME</replaceable> should contain one
+              path per line, with each path expected to use the same
+              encoding and formatting that it would if you had
+              specified it directly as an argument on the command
+              line.</para>

@@ -3897,6 +3900,17 @@

+          <para>By default, <command>svn propget</command> will append
+            a trailing end-of-line sequence to the property value it
+            prints.  Most of the time, this is a desirable feature
+            that has a positive effect on the printed output.  But
+            there are times when you might wish to capture the precise
+            property value, perhaps because that value is not textual
+            in nature, but of some binary format (such as a JPEG
+            thumbnail stored as a property value, for example).  To
+            disable pretty-printing of property values, use
+            the <option>--strict</option> option.</para>
            <para>Lastly, you can get <command>svn propget</command>
              output in XML format with the <option>--xml</option>
@@ -4980,8 +4994,8 @@
              <option>--relocate</option> option) updates your working
              copy to point to a new URL—usually a URL that
              shares a common ancestor with your working copy, although
-            not necessarily.  This is the Subversion way to move a
-            working copy to a new branch.  If specified,
+            not necessarily.  This is the Subversion way to
+            make a working copy begin tracking a new branch.  If specified,
              <replaceable>PEGREV</replaceable> determines in which
              revision the target is first looked up.  See <xref
              linkend="svn.branchmerge.switchwc"/> for an in-depth look

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