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Output of svn log -v

From: Karl Heinz Marbaise <khmarbaise_at_gmx.de>
Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2008 00:47:32 +0100

Hi there,

i have a little suggestion may be a bug to give here:

If i change a file/directory and add an property to a file or in other
cases i add only a new property to a file the output of svn log -v does
not show this...in comparison to changes to the contents of a file...

1. Case
I have only added a file property to a file:

svn log -v will print out

rXXXXXX | kama | date | 1 line
Changed paths:
   M /trunk/HEADER.html

2. Case
if i change the contents of that property svn log -v
will give the same output (except date and revision of course).

3. Case
If i had changed the contents of the file svn log -v will print the same...

So using the svn log -v command i can't make a decision if i had made
changes to the contents of file or to the properties or added properties
to the file.

Shouldn't svn log -v print out the columns like svn status does to make
it comparable...?

Suggestions would be the following:
1st column and 2nd column Already used anywhere ?
3rd column A/M/D/ (space means not changed) (Property changes)
4th column A/M/D/R (Contents changes)

Kind regards
Karl Heinz Marbaise

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