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Re: Question regarding repository-local path keyword

From: John Belmonte <john_at_neggie.net>
Date: 2005-01-02 17:52:55 CET

John Peacock wrote:
> Just to follow up on my own posting, I have finished the export and cat
> cases (though I have to decide whether the LocalPath should appear as a
> relative path or an absolute path):
> $ cat export/sub1/sub2/test1
> $HeadURL: file:///home/jpeacock/tmp/repo/sub1/sub2/test1 $
> $RepositoryLocalPath: sub1/sub2/test1 $
> $ svn cat file:///home/jpeacock/tmp/repo/sub1/sub2/test1
> $HeadURL: file:///home/jpeacock/tmp/repo/sub1/sub2/test1 $
> $RepositoryLocalPath: /sub1/sub2/test1 $

I think the leading slash should be included. The precedent has already
been set by the "log -v" display of copyfrom information. To see this,
do a "log -v --stop-on-copy" in a branch directory.


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