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Re: svn log default behaviour

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-10-22 16:53:12 CEST

Michael Suess <mike_ml@suessnetz.de> writes:
> But whats the reason for the reverse recursive behaviour? I know svn log
> -r1:BASE would suit me better...

So the "recursive" is not the issue, just the "reverse"?

We chose the same default that both CVS and ChangeLog format use. The
point is that the output can put in a file, and when you read the
file, the most recent activity is at the top, not the bottom.
Personally, I love it. Your Mileage May Vary :-).

Log messages are going to fly by on your console either way, unless
you redirect to a file or pipe through a paging program such as


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