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[TSVN] Re: automating TSVN - log display

From: Erv Walter <erv_at_ewal.net>
Date: 2004-10-25 16:54:59 CEST

Erv Walter wrote:

> 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)?
Hmm. I tried this again this morning with 1.1.1 and it seems to work
just like I asked (it shows more than just 1 revision). I was either
losing my mind when I tried it the other day or maybe my home PC had an
old version that was missing a fix, or something.

Feel free to ignore my above request :)


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Received on Mon Oct 25 18:09:44 2004

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