Re: subversion log conventions (from svnlook log)
On Mon, 2005-10-10 at 14:48 -0500, email@example.com wrote:
> > Is there somewhere a documentation on how subversion writes these logs?
> A copy that happens in rN is never from rN, but from some revision
> before N. That is, the "copyfrom source revision" must be less than
> N. So there shouldn't be a problem here, even if your parser works in
> the most natural (but still correct) way.
> The copyfrom source revision is present in 'svn log -v' output and
> 'svn log --xml'. Is it not available in 'svnlook log'?
Thanks Karl, you just showed me a big mistake I made in my
implementation: I realy deleted the directory internaly instead of just
marking it as deleted (which I assume is how SVN makes it).
Back on the road again :D
Patrick Boenzli |The wheel is turning, but the hamster is dead.
OrxonoX 3D Shooter |-- From a real employee performance evaluation.
Received on Mon Oct 10 23:10:20 2005
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