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Re: damned 'svn log' behavior

From: Ben Collins <bcollins_at_debian.org>
Date: 2003-02-24 17:51:15 CET

> >>>Ick icky. We're talking about user workarounds here, and changing
> >>>patterns of behavior from obvious to non-obvious.
> >>
> >>As a compromise, perhaps we can add a switch to 'svn log' which forces
> >>it to run against the root of repository.
> uh, i really don't see the point in yet another switch. just type 'svn
> log -r FOO http://url/of/repos'. it's going to take just as long to
> type as a long flag would, and i'm sure you're not proposing we waste a
> short flag on something like this, right?

Maybe it would be better to assume that -r with no path args assumes
root of wc repo. That way Sussman's case of -r X:Y with no args still
works so long as he adds implicit "." (or whatever paths he wants). I
can see both sides as being correct here. The no-implicit-dot when -r is
used seems to make the best sense (least work for both cases).

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Received on Mon Feb 24 17:53:11 2003

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