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Re: Why is "svn log" a network operation

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2002-02-15 20:09:35 CET

Blair Zajac <blair@orcaware.com> writes:
> If I'm working at the airport or away from a network connection, I would
> still like to see the logs. Also, logs are probably not going to change
> that much after a commit that the old information would be worthless. I
> can always get the new logs when I'm reconnected.

Run svn log and save the output. If you won't remember, just write a
wrapper script around svn to do it for you.

> > We don't support full disconnected operation. We support certain very
> > common operations locally ("show me my local changes") but that's all.
> As cvs does this currently and I would like svn to replace our cvs
> repositories, is this something we can add?

Huh? CVS supports disconnected operation even less than we do;
certainly it can't show logs nor diffs unless it talks to the repos.
I'd really like to know what you're seeing with CVS...


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