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

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_red-bean.com>
Date: 2007-03-12 20:48:19 CET

On 3/12/07, Kumar McMillan <kumar.mcmillan@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi.
> 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>

I'm confused, if I type 'svn log some_directory', then it shows me
every change which has ever affected *any* path within the directory,
at any depth. It's already recursive as you describe.

You say that you can miss a changeset by typing 'svn log
some_directory', what problem are you describing? Is it perhaps the
classic case where some_directory is at an old revision, and thus
you're only seeing commits from OLD_REV down to r0? This bites
newbies a lot; just run 'svn up' to bring everything in your working
copy to HEAD, and then I guarantee that 'svn log some_directory' will
show every commit that ever affected anything within the directory.

Or, are you talking about some other problem?

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Received on Mon Mar 12 20:48:51 2007

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