[darcs-users] remote repository status

Pietro Abate Pietro.Abate at anu.edu.au
Mon Jan 8 17:26:39 UTC 2007

Dear all,
few days ago a friend asked me the following question.

Suppose I've two repository, the working repo and a remote repository
accessible via ssh. During normal operations, the working repo contains
patches that are not yet committed in the remote repo. Once these
patches are stable enough, they are meant to be committed in the remote

The problem is that I want to know at any time which patches are in the
local repo, but not in the remote repository and viceversa. My friend
told me that this is a svn functionality. How can I query the remote
repo in a single command to know its status ?

thanks :)

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