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long change log entry lost on failed commit - tmp file somewhere?

From: Alexis Huxley <ahuxley_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2002-07-15 22:00:17 CEST

Hi again ...

It's happened a few times that I've done 'svn commit',
and prepared quite a long change log entry, only to
have the commit fail.

I check /tmp, /var/tmp, $TMP_DIR, but there's no
copy of it there.

Maybe I've missed the location, but if not and the log
entry hasn't been saved, would it be possible to do
so? So, like:

        dione$ svn commit
        <edit long change log entry>
        <commit fails>
        Your commit message has been saved in <wherever>


Actually, if the SVN team think this is a desirable
feature, then it's something trivial enough for *me*
to implement, perhaps I could use it as first step
into SVN code, and send a patch? :-)


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