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more svn log semantics

From: Jeffrey Melloy <jmelloy_at_visualdistortion.org>
Date: 2003-10-28 18:10:54 CET

The behavior of the "svn log" options seems kind of weird to me.

"svn log" -- displays the log message and header information
"svn log --verbose" displays the header info, changed files, and log
"svn log --quiet" displays only the header info.
"svn log --verbose --quiet" shows the header info and changed files.

"quiet" and "verbose" sort of seem like opposites, and it doesn't seem
like they should be used together. "--verbose --quiet" seems kind of a
weird way of getting to showing only the changed file listing, if
that's the intended result.

It seems to me that renaming "--quiet" to "--no-message" or something
similar might make more sense.

Jeffrey Melloy

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