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RE: History of erased file

From: Roman Rytov <rrytov_at_entopia.com>
Date: 2002-12-10 22:07:29 CET

> - --verbose output. Here, try it for yourself (I used q and
> r instead of a.txt

I tried and then the question arose:-)

> $ svn mv q r

Q is renamed to R

> $ svn log --strict --verbose r

You look at the R's log that accurately traces the whole history of the
file in all its reincarnations. My question was just an opposite. I know
that Q existed in the past, I know that Q doesn't exist anymore. Whom
has it transformed to? I see there is no way to know about it w/o R
being involved.

I don't insist on importance of this feature nor do I suspect it's very
useful (though it'd be cool to have it). The question was a kind of
curiosity:-)

Roman

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