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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:">

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

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.


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