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Re: Feature idea: Hierarchal logs (views? subrevisions?)

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2002-07-25 03:24:14 CEST

Peter Schuller <peter.schuller@infidyne.com> writes:

> > A couple of months later, I inspect the log of the revisions in the
> > trunk. I no longer remember *which* changes got merged.
> Of course, once can do a diff between the revisions. What I mean here is
> that I want to see which logical changes were made ("fixed X, added Y"),
> not the actual source code diffs.

Heh, I was about to respond to your thread where you effectively
re-derive the entire concept of "branches", but I see cmpilato has
beat me to it. :-)

Regarding your paragraphs above: it sounds like you're not aware that
'svn log' is able to show you what paths changed in the commit... even
if the log message is blank, it still works:

$ svn log -r 8 -v
rev 8: jrandom | 2002-07-14 08:15:29 -0500 | 1 line
Changed paths:
   U /trunk/code/foo.c
   U /trunk/code/bar.h
   A /trunk/code/doc/README

Frozzled the sub-space winch.

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