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Verbosity of logging in the console

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-02-15 17:09:25 CET

Like I think most Subclipse users, I like to show the SVN Console so that
I can see what I am doing. As such, I would like to modify the client
adapter code to remove some of the messages that are just noise. The ones
that immediately come to mind are propget and status. But I think the
general rule should be any message that does not provide additional output
that could be useful. So for example, the message for "update" is useful
because it is always followed by some "response message" from Subversion.

Ideally, we would have had some kind of priority framework on messages
(Info, Debug etc..) and we could control what level we see in the
preferences. However, that would be a highly disruptive change at this
point and would not really provide that much benefit.

I will hold off on making any changes before I get feedback, but again my
proposal is just to change propget and status to not log their commands to
the console, and I would be willing to do some others at the same time if
anyone wants to propose any additional commands.


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