On Fri, Feb 15, 2002 at 10:28:06AM -0800, Blair Zajac wrote:
> > > 3) If you are working on revision X and you do svn log, then you
> > > get the log for X+N, which is not what you would expect.
> > could you be a little more specific about this part? i'm not sure
> > quite what you mean.
> I've noticed that if I'm working on the HEAD version, and if there
> are one or more commits and I haven't done an update, then svn log
> will show the logs for the HEAD, not for the version I have.
> I typically run cvs log to see which revision I'm working with, so
> maybe svn log should just at the top of its output state the
> revision in the working directory.
i think (stress the think part) this might be related to the fact that
svn log doesn't really work correctly at all at the moment (most of
the functionality is disabled, pending optimization of how it works
server side). i'm not sure if it currently defaults to asking for
logs based on the current rev you have, but that seems like reasonable
behavior to expect, so if it doesn't, perhaps it should.
> > > 4) Cvs does not need a network connection to do cvs log.
> > are you sure? my knowledge of cvs isnt' too in depth, but from a
> > cursory inspection of the CVS dirs in my checked out apr tree, it
> > doesn't seem to be storing log information there...
> I did a cvs log on apr and checked netstat -a to see if there were
> any open or closed connections to apache.org. There were none, and
> then I did a cvs update, and there was one connection.
i'm at work at the moment, so i can't check, but last night i ran 'cvs
log' in my apr dir, and the blinking lights on my switch went into
overdrive, so i'd tend to think that it is making a connection back.
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