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Re: Small problem with svn ls -r [PREV|BASE] and svn blame -r BASE

From: John Szakmeister <john_at_szakmeister.net>
Date: 2003-11-24 11:55:30 CET

On Sunday 23 November 2003 20:29, Julian Foad wrote:
> I don't think I saw a reply to this post, so...

I posted a couple of patches that fixed most of this. r7629 took care of the
'blame' command, and r7593 took care of the 'ls' command. Thanks for
following up though!

> John Szakmeister wrote (on 2003-10-31):
> [snip]
> > I also expected some sort of output. In this case, I expected the author
> > who last committed a change to show up as the author for all of the lines
> > when I specified -r BASE. Am I wrong in expecting that? I didn't find
> > any documentation stating the way it works (I realize that this is a new
> > feature and the docs are a little behind).
> When the revision range contains no changes to the file, there is no
> output. That is perhaps not what should happen, and is probably related to
> the fact that "svn blame -rX:Y" does not yet distinguish between changes
> made in revision X and changes made before revision X; it marks them all as
> having changed in revision X. More work is needed there.

Ah, I see. Thanks for the enlightenment.


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