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Re: [Issue 802] Changed - No separation between files when svn log on multiple files

From: Eric Gillespie <epg_at_pretzelnet.org>
Date: 2002-07-21 08:39:59 CEST

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

> Oh, if *that's* the problem, then there's no problem.
> $ svn log -v

Maybe. I suppose the "Changed paths" line is what you were talking
about. It doesn't look like what i want, but i suppose i'll give
it a try. Why is this information withheld without -v? It's only
an extra line, not verbose output i'd expect to be hidden behind

> The fix is not yet installed on the Subversion server, since we
> haven't upgraded our repository, but it will be soon. If you're
> running your own repository, then it just depends, of course.

Yeah, it works great.

> Hmm, that's a problem. If you have a patch for the help output, that
> would be great.

How about this?

    Display the log messages for local PATHs or PATHs at the URL.
    If URL is given by itself, then log messages are output for
    that specific path. The log messages for each file are all
    collected, sorted, and output in order without regard to which
    PATH the log message came from. The -v option will include a
    list of affected files for each log message.. By default, the
    resultant collection of log messages for a given path will
    include logs for all the revisions in which that path's node
    was modified, spanning copy history where such exists. This
    can be disabled by using the --strict option. Examples are:

While i'm here, what does --strict do? Is it just --dont-follow-copies
like that description sounds like? If so, its description a few
lines later ("use strict semantics") is not very good. What "strict
semantics" are is not obvious.

Eric Gillespie <*> epg@pretzelnet.org

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