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Re: 'svn log' different from 'svn log -rHEAD:1'

From: Quinn Taylor <quinntaylor_at_mac.com>
Date: Wed, 27 Aug 2008 21:32:02 -0600

Are you running `svn log` on the repository URL, or on a working copy?
I've found that an `svn update` will often solve this problem, since a
commit won't appear in your WC log immediately after a commit. SVN
doesn't assume that you want to update just because you commit, which
can be both a blessing and a curse, depending on how you look at it
and what you expect.

  - Quinn

On Aug 27, 2008, at 3:49 PM, Topher Johnson wrote:

> After I commit a change to one of the files in the repository and
> run the ‘svn log’ command, the change doesn’t appear in the list.
> If I run ‘svn log –rHEAD:1’, it does output the change.
>
> I’m using CruiseControl for CI, which uses ‘svn log’ to detect svn
> changes, so I would like to know why ‘svn log’ is not detecting
> these updates.

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