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Re: [PROPOSAL] enforce log messages as series of lines

From: Molle Bestefich <molle.bestefich_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-03-06 10:55:05 CET

kfogel@collab.net wrote:
> -------------
> Subversion should enforce that a log message is a series of lines of
> UTF8 text. A "line" is a series of zero or more non-newline
> characters (qualified by whatever other restrictions we currently put
> on log messages), followed by a single newline. Thus, every log
> message would end with a single newline.

I think TSVN already does something like this?

I think it strips all preceding and terminating newlines in log messages.

(Seemed odd to me at first since I would personally have liked to
preserve a terminating newline. Anyway, got used to it pretty quick,
nice to see consistency enforced. And it probably saves a byte of
storage per log message :-).)

If I'm right, and TSVN strips the last newline also, perhaps it's
worth doing the same (= NOT enforcing a trailing newline, but
enforcing removing it) in the client libraries, just to keep log
messages in "TSVN repositories" consistent when/if this new feature is

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