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Re: dos about revisions (was Re: manual nit)

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2001-11-26 16:24:00 CET

"Perry E. Metzger" <perry@wasabisystems.com> writes:

> As long as they're being mentioned, I must confess to being a bit
> confused about svn revisions. I've been playing a bit and can't quite
> figure out how to do some things I'm used to in CVS. For instance,
> when I do an "svn log IDEAS" in the checked-out SVN repo, I expected
> to see all the changes made to IDEAS, but instead I saw all changes
> ever made to the repository (!?).

This is a temporary situation. The correct behavior for svn log is to
only show the revisions in which IDEAS changed. However, we have
temporarily disabled the server's ability to pay attention to any of
the paths passed to 'svn log' while we work out some optimization

> Similarly, in the CVS world, when a user is a bit screwed up I can ask
> them "okay, read me the revision ID number in foo.c -- is it 1.29?" --
> so far, I haven't been able to establish if there is any such thing in
> subversion at all.

Not sure what you mean when you are asking someone to "read you the
revision ID number in foo.c"

  -- do you mean for them to run 'cvs status' and see what revision
     foo.c is currently at in their working copy? If so, 'svn status
     -v' is what you're looking for.

  -- If you're talking about the $REVISION$ keyword substitution, it
     is planned for Subversion, but we're not there yet.

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