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Re: "svn log --limit" argument bug

From: David James <djames_at_collab.net>
Date: 2006-05-17 21:00:53 CEST

On 5/17/06, Garrett Rooney <rooneg@electricjellyfish.net> wrote:
> > "svn log --limit 0" and "svn log --limit -5" both seem to do something,
> > although I haven't seen any output from them.
> > I believe both of these should return a syntax error, similar to:
> >
> > c:\temp> svn log -r -1
> > svn: Syntax error in revision argument '-1'
> Makes sense to me. Got a patch?

svn log --limit 0 displays all revisions. This makes sense, as "0"
means that there is no limit at all.

svn log --limit -1 (for any negative number) should report a syntax error.



David James -- http://www.cs.toronto.edu/~james
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