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Re: Possible bug in svn log?

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-09-24 07:11:35 CEST

"Jason Cohen" <jason@codehistorian.com> writes:
> Also, I believe the documentation is misleading. In the "svn log" chapter,
> it explicitly says in the "Examples" section that :
> If you want several distinct paths underneath the same URL, you can use the
> URL [PATH...] syntax.
> But then right after it says:
> That is the same as explicitly placing both URLs on the command line:
> $ svn log http://svn.red-bean.com/repos/test/foo.c \
> http://svn.red-bean.com/repos/test/bar.c
> You can probably appreciate why I was confused - just followed the example!
> :-)

Heh. That's more than misleading -- it's just plain wrong! :-)

Jason, if you have the time, would you care to post a patch to the
book sources to fix this? Just make sure to include a log message and
put "[PATCH]" in the subject line, as per the HACKING file.

If not, no big deal, just thought I'd ask,

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Received on Fri Sep 24 08:56:43 2004

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