While you're working with your cloned repository, it's quite possible that changes are happening upstream in the parent repo. If you just want a report on changes in the parent repo, you might try any of the following:

 $ bk changes -R                            # regular report
 $ bk changes -Rv                           # verbose report
 $ bk changes -Rv -nd':GFILE:' | sort -u    # unique list of changed files

If you decide that you want to update your clone with those changes, just run:

 $ bk pull

Since we're assuming you haven't edited anything in your clone yet, the pull should work. If, for some reason, you regret having done the pull, you can always:

 $ bk unpull

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Topic revision: r4 - 2004-11-04 - 19:03:00 - RobDay
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