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Re: Finding nodes with the same name

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2002-06-28 06:29:46 CEST

Karl Fogel <kfogel@newton.ch.collab.net> writes:

> Eric Gillespie <epg@pretzelnet.org> writes:
> > > svn log --follow-copies /* this one is the default */
> > > svn log --follow-paths /* like your "--all-revisions" */
> > > svn log --follow-nodes /* means "none of the above", just stop
> > > at node creation */
> >
> > I like this, and i like having --follow-copies as the default.
> Okay. We've been planning something like this since Day One, actually
> (not that you would know that without having hunted it down in long
> ago mails). It will wait until Mike Pilato's done with issue #745, of
> course.
> (And "--follow-nodes" is a bad name, Brane's right. Better would be
> --follow-none.)

I don't think you need to make filesystem changes for this:

  --follow-copies is currently just the CROSS_COPY_HISTORY flag set to
    TRUE in svn_fs_revisions_change().

  --follow-nodes is the same, but FALSE.

  --follow-paths won't use svn_fs_revisions_changed at all, but will
    instead use the new svn_fs_paths_changed() on every revision to
    see if that rev/path were modified, irrespective of node revision ID.

Perhaps I should just do this as part of issue 690, since I'm (right
now, actually) dinking around with `svn log' anyway?

[ which, by the way, I realized a few moments ago has a *really*
  broken current implementation...seems you didn't quite understand
  the svn_repos_node_editor, Karl :-) ]

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Received on Fri Jun 28 06:30:25 2002

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