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RE: RE: possible bug

From: Dale Worley <dworley_at_pingtel.com>
Date: 2005-06-27 23:05:02 CEST

> From: Andy Cutright [mailto:Andy.Cutright@borland.com]
> if i can't use the information returned by svn log that way,
> i just need to find a way to work around that. it's not clear
> to me from the documents that the log information does not
> map directly to a particular revision. as i said earlier i
> can understand that if i make a request using a less specific
> date like 2005-05-20 that subversion is going to default to
> midnight, or 00:00:00, and i'm not going to get changes made
> at 8:00 am that date. given that a log lists a specific
> timestamp, and subversion can retrieve a version based on
> timestamps, it feels to me like the log version would map to
> that particular revision.

Why not add 1 second to the time in the log? That seems to let you retrieve
the version you want.


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Received on Mon Jun 27 23:07:30 2005

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