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Re: How do I find out the ancestor of svn cp?

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2002-06-28 16:26:34 CEST

"Mats Nilsson" <mats.nilsson@xware.se> writes:

> I wrote:
> > The question is simple: how will I be able to use "svn log" to find out
> the
> > source (path/revision) of a "svn cp" or a "svn mv"? As of 0.13.1+ (version
> > 2346), "svn log --verbose" only shows the target.
> More thinking.
> Does the infrastructure for this even exist? Is the ancestor stored
> somewhere?

Yes, it does. It lives in the `copies' table, which stores, for every
copy operation that occurs, the source path and revision, and the
destination node-revision-id.

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Received on Fri Jun 28 16:27:12 2002

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