Thank you for your reply. Yes, I will send some supporting data when I
return from travel next week. Thanks also for the note on the patches;
I had looked around for the policy. I will follow guidelines next
Date: 06/01/2008 10:40
To: "John Huddleston"<jhuddleston_at_hughes.net>
Subj: Re: SVNLOOK tree strictly obeying the version
John Huddleston wrote on Sat, 31 May 2008 at 06:59 -0600:
> I was setting up a post-commit svnlog.pl perl script for a customer
> wanted the viewvc URL of the changed files sent to them via email.
> the process of programming I noticed that the "-r" option to the
> tree" command returned some spurious data.
Can you provide a recipe (starting with an empty repository) that
svnlook to produce spurious data? Or at least, explain to us what the
is, before you start fixing it :)
By "recipe", I mean a script of the form:
svnadmin create repos
svn co `pwd`/repos wc
### make some commits
svnlook tree ../repos -r REV
P.S. For reference, please read
http://subversion.tigris.org/hacking.html#patches. Following the
guidelines there makes it easier for us to process your patch, which
it more likely that it will be applied.
> I checked out the most recent code from your subversion server and
> the main.c under http://svn.collab.
> print the requested revisions.
> I apologize if it is not elegant but this was my first foray into
> any of this code. In short, I needed to pass the revision from the
> svnlook_ctxt_t and then compare it to the revision in the database.
> I've attached an svn diff file with the changes. The work was done
> Windows working under Cygwin.
> John Huddleston
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