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Re: [TSVN] Show Log after Rename of a file does not show the whole history

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2004-10-01 15:45:54 CEST

Roland Erbs wrote:
> Hi
> Select Rename, change the name
> Select Commit on the parent directory
> -> new file added, old file deleted, completed at revision 24
> Select Show Log on that new file name
> -> one line with revision 24
> DOS command line: svn log NewFileName
> -> whole log history
> Shouldn't TSVN show the whole log history?

First of all: it's called eMAIL, not eTelegram. So write whole
sentences. It's really hard to read and even harder to understand what
you want that way. If you keep writing this way, we won't answer your
telegrams anymore.

To answer your question: no, it shouldn't show the whole log history.
Select Show Log on that new line. The log dialog shows up. Now can you
see that button at the bottom of the dialog called "Get All"? What do
you think does that button do? You don't know? Then try and click on it
once, just go ahead, don't be afraid! It won't make your computer blow
up! Just do it!
Now, can you see that nice little dialog popping up asking you another
question? Answer that question by clicking on either "Yes" or "No".

If you still don't know why not the whole log is shown in the first
place: the log stops on the first copy so that you can find the start of
a branch/tag more easily.


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