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Re: Does it matter if svn:date isn't in the same order as rev?

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-05-16 08:51:09 CEST

Edmund Horner <edmund@chrysophylax.cjb.net> writes:

> > svn:date is set revision-wide, typically, irrespective of paths. It
> > might affect your ability to use the -r{DATE} syntax (versus -rREV)
> > over ranges because sorting by date and sorting by revision number
> > would return two different orderings. I'd recommand setting svn:date
> > on revision 0 and 1 some something older than revision 2-N.
> Thanks for comprehending the situation :-).
> BTW, I've always wanted to know what revision 0 is--is it an "empty"
> revision?

Yep. Consists of nothing but an empty root directory.

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