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Re: [rooneg@electricjellyfish.net: Re: Why is "svn log" a network operation]

From: Blair Zajac <blair_at_orcaware.com>
Date: 2002-02-15 20:16:42 CET

Karl Fogel wrote:
> Blair Zajac <blair@orcaware.com> writes:
> > 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.
> Why don't you just run "svn st -v"?

Will do. Out of habit to use the log command from cvs.

> > > 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.
> Well, it was lying :-). CVS does contact the repos in log.

I let cvs log run to completion (instead of "cvs log | head") and this time
it made a connection.


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