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Re: log -g shows only one log-subtree in case of multiple, independent merges

From: Hyrum K. Wright <hyrum_wright_at_mail.utexas.edu>
Date: 2007-08-28 14:00:14 CEST

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Marc Strapetz wrote:
> When committing one revision with two different, independent merges, log
> -g shows only one of these subtrees, however I would expect to see both
> of them. Example (for I can supply corresponding test repository):
>
> /trunk/dir1/file1 merged from /branches/b1
> (svn:mergeinfo : /branches/b15/dir1:17-20)
>
> /trunk/dir2/file2 merged from /branches/b2
> (svn:mergeinfo : /branches/b18/dir2:20)
>
> After committing /trunk to r21, svn log -g /trunk shows only
>
> r21 (merge)
> r20 (Result of merge from: r21)
> r17 (some other changes)
> ...
>
> However, svn log -g /trunk/dir1 shows (as expected):
> r21 (merge)
> r18 (Result of merge from: r21)
> r17 (some other changes)
> ...
>
> and svn log -g /trunk/dir2 shows (as expected):
> r21 (merge)
> r20 (Result of merge from: r21)
> r14 (some other changes)
> ...
>
> Shouldn't r18 also be displayed for svn log -g /trunk?
>
> --

Marc,
If one committed revision contains multiple merges, they should indeed
both show up in 'svn log -g'. Would you file a bug on this issue, and
include your reproduction recipe and sample repository?

Thanks,
- -Hyrum
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