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Re: svn log default behaviour

From: Michael Suess <mike_ml_at_suessnetz.de>
Date: 2003-10-22 18:07:22 CEST

On Wednesday 22 October 2003 17:50, Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
> Michael Suess <mike_ml@suessnetz.de> writes:
> > On Wednesday 22 October 2003 16:53, kfogel@collab.net wrote:
> > > 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
> > > 'more'.
> >
> > Ah, I finally see the light :-). You are right, if you want to save the
> > output in a file, it is more useful this way around. Had not thought of
> > that, cause my repositories are on the same computer anyways...
> >
> > Thanks for taking the time to answer, proposal withdrawn :-)...
> By the way, if I want to see "the last few" log messages, I often run
> $ svn log -r{yesterday}:HEAD
> ...it usually works out pretty well. :-)

Thanks, while trying it out, i noticed, that
$ svn log -r{yesterday}:HEAD
shows one revision too much (in my case, one from 10-14-2003, which is not
exactly what I call yesterday ;-) ). Is this intentional as well?

Michael Suess

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