Once you clone a repository and cd into it, there are a number of commands that will print meta-information about that repository, such as:
 $ bk root            # root directory of repo
 $ bk parent          # name (URL) of parent repo
 $ bk id              # package identity
 $ bk id -r           # repository identity
 $ bk status [-v]     # repo status (optionally verbose)
 $ bk users           # people who have made mods to this package
 $ bk level           # repo level number (can be used to set as well)
 $ bk sane            # verify that this repo is well-structured
Note that all of the above should work, even if you're not at the absolute root of the clone, and even before you've checked out any files. (Feel free to add more commands to this list.)

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Topic revision: r8 - 2004-11-05 - 10:46:00 - RobDay
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