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Revision dates in URLs

From: Nilton Volpato <nilton.volpato_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-08-26 03:43:43 CEST


According to documentation an URL@REV will refer to the revision REV
of the code located at URL. And "the book" says that: "Anywhere that
you specify a revision number or revision keyword, you can also
specify a date inside curly braces '{}'."

But if I use URL@{DATE} it does not work. For instance:

# svn co http://path/to/rep/@{2006-08-25}
svn: Syntax error parsing revision '%7B2006-08-25%7D'

I think this is a bug, either in code or documentation. But I think
the best solution is to fix the code, which seems to be easy since the
code for parsing dates is already implemented.

I took a look at the code, but could not find the relevant parts.

-- Nilton

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