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Re: svn log and copies

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-06-03 16:51:41 CEST

Vladimir Prus <ghost@cs.msu.su> writes:
> there's one thing that bothered be about Subversion for a long
> time, but which I can't find in tracker. Suppose that WC directory
> I'm in was remaned in revision 100. When I run "svn log" it shows
> the revision 100 and all changes prior to it. However, if I try to
> run "svn log -r 90", or get a diff of any revision prior to rename,
> I get error. The attached script reproduces it --- I've tested with
> 0.23.
> Is this a known bug? What are the plans for handling it?

This is a known problem, yeah. I think aspects of it are described in
various issues, sometimes as a diff bug, sometimes as a log bug. If
you have the time, search the issue summaries for "cop" (I just did
that, to find "copy" and "copies"), and see which are closest to your
bug. (If you find a really good match, attaching your repro script
might be a good idea.)

Some of those issues might be dups of others, too; straightening out
these redundancies would be a big help.

Quite understand if you don't want to spend that much time on it, of


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