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Re: Unexpected output from "svn log"

From: C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-11-06 16:05:48 CET

"Alon Ziv" <alonz@nolaviz.org> writes:

> Isn't this one more thing that may be fixed with the same changes
> discussed for "new diff syntax"? I.e., have "svn log" also have a PEG
> revision (HEAD for a URL, BASE for a WC path), and let it use the
> (default) revision range 1:HEAD always, converting it to actual paths by
> following history?

I'll say "yes" while hand-waving about the details and complications
of really implementing such a thing. The fact of the matter is that
we will have no way other than trial-and-error to determine if we've
chosen the wrong location for, say, HEAD, and if we get it wrong, the
operation simply *must* error out (it is *not* acceptable to change
the range to 1:PEG under-the-hood, for example). So, sometimes you'll
get an error like "Subversion can't find /your/path@3419 in revision
4512", and sometimes you won't.

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