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Re: "svn log" bug seems to be in server, not client

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2002-03-28 21:18:48 CET

Greg Stein <gstein@lyra.org> writes:
> You requested a report named S:log-report. The server MUST return that
> report, per RFC 3253.
>
> IOW, what is there is correct.

Ah, thanks. I guess what puzzled/puzzles me a bit is that there seem
to be two DTDs for S:log-report. The client is saying "give me a
log-report", but the "log-report" in that request is an element with
other elements nested inside it, namely start-revision, end-revision,
and path:

   <S:log-report xmlns:S="svn:">
   <S:start-revision>1606</S:start-revision>
   <S:end-revision>1</S:end-revision>
   <S:path></S:path>
   </S:log-report>

But then, when the server *returns* an "S:log-report" element, it's a
completely different DTD at work, where the elements inside are
"log-item"s.

Nothing wrong with having two different meanings (contexts) for an
element of the same name, mind you. Just means we can't talk about
"log-report" (or any other kind of report, I guess) without also
saying whether we mean the request or the response.

-K

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