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[TSVN] automating TSVN - log display

From: Erv Walter <erv_at_ewal.net>
Date: 2004-10-25 00:05:50 CEST

I am working on hooking up our in house development tracking system with
subversion. Using the issue tracking features of TSVN along with a
post-commit scipt, we have the list of changed files added to our issue
database automatically. Now, I am trying to add a button to our issue
tracking GUI that will popup the "Show Log" window for a given file so
that people can easily view the history of a file.

By using "tortoiseproc /command:log /path:file /notempfile" it works
fine with both WC files and with URLs directly into the repositly.
However, the window that pops up does not show all of the revisions for
the file. With no other options on the command line, it seems to show
only the most recent revision. Using /revstart and /revend, I can get
it to show a range of my choise.

Is there any way to get it to do what it normally does when you use
"Show Log" directly on a file (show the recent revisions stopping at a
copy and/or at the configured max number of entries)?


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Received on Mon Oct 25 15:49:07 2004

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