This came up in a discussion on IRC and was then brought to the dev@ list.
Everyone seems to agree it would be a great idea.
It started simple. User wanted a command like this:
svn resolved --accept=mine|yours|orig
Perhaps shortcut to -a=m|y|o
This seems fairly obvious, and is probably easy to code. Basically it would
resolve the conflict, and also set the WC file to the file specified in the option.
Besides being a user-friendly feature, it would be great for scripting and also
be useful for GUI tools so that they could have an API to do this.
As the dicussion evolved, it also became clear that this same option could and
should just be extended to the commands that create conflicts:
All of these should also support the --accept option. Again, these options
would likely best be used by people that are using automated scripts and if a
conflict arises they know the version they prefer.