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Re: Single repository, multiple projects?

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2002-02-04 05:21:41 CET

Lars Kellogg-Stedman <lars@larsshack.org> writes:
> I ask because I just realized that when I run 'svn log' from inside the
> 'thing2' working copy, I see log messages for 'thing1' as well. The
> 'revision' number is shared between both projects -- that is, it's global,
> rather than per-project.

Yah, the behavior of "svn log" here is a known bug; when it is fixed,
you should not have so much of a problem keeping multiple modules or
projects in a single repository.

The problem is that "svn log" doesn't take pathname arguments right
now, not even the implied "." path. Instead, it just prints out the
log messages for *all* the revisions in the given revision range, even
if you only want the revisions in which path P or some descendant
thereof changed (where P in this case would be /thing1 or /thing2, for



for more, and also see the comment in svn_repos_get_logs().


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