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Re: Provide a svn log -v with the option to filter out changeset's

From: Patrick Sawyer <patrick.sawyer_at_wandisco.com>
Date: Tue, 3 Sep 2013 13:21:38 +0100

Thanks all.

So it appears that every one agrees this is a valid improvement. Has this
been raised into your issue tracker and do we have a reference number for
this improvement? Thanks

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On Sat, Aug 24, 2013 at 9:47 AM, Julian Foad <julianfoad_at_btopenworld.com>wrote:

> Peter Samuelson wrote:
> >>> +1, except I'd condense --diff-all and --show-all-paths to a single
> >>> additional option named, I dunno, --full-revision. </bikeshed>
> >
> > [Julian Foad]
> >> My latest thought in that area is like I listed above except omitting
> >> the --diff-all option entirely -- after all, nobody has requested it
> >> and it doesn't seem especially useful to me.
> >
> > Well, "nobody has requested it" is meaningless, since they already have
> > it today, with '--diff'.
>
> Actually no: --diff currently shows the diff of the subtree at the
> specified main target path only, not of the whole revision.
>
> > But... either way. I note that it's also
> > what 'git diff' does (annoying, but 'git diff .' is a simple
> > workaround).
> >
> >> Obviously we need the --show-all-paths option for back-compat. (If
> >> your suggestion of '--full-revision' meant 'show all paths and show
> >> all diffs', then that would not be suitable for back-compat, would
> >> it, because what we need is show all paths but no diffs.)
> >
> > No, I meant '--diff --full-revision' or '--show-paths --full-revision'.
> > In fact I'd shorten --show-paths to --paths, to match --diff. And
> > --full-revision could perhaps be shorter as well.
>
> That makes sense, as one reasonable option.
>
> So we have plenty of interest in this, and ideas for the UI. Do we have
> anybody who might step up to implement it?
>
> - Julian
>
>

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