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a suggestion for svn log --recursive (combined log for all paths along a URL)

From: Kumar McMillan <kumar.mcmillan_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-12 20:08:55 CET

I've looked through the the list archives and didn't find any subjects on this.

What I find myself wanting to do a lot is type `svn log --recursive`
which would log all activity in the directory structure that I'm in,
not just on the directory object itself. This is very useful, say, to
find all changesets from the last merge since a changeset can
sometimes be missed by simply typing svn log <directory>

Attached is a working implementation in python, which uses svn list
--recursive $URL (as obtained by svn info). It's very simple, but
this should be built into svn! I'm hoping someone might be kene
enough to translate this patch into code ;)


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Received on Mon Mar 12 20:09:21 2007

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