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Re: Getting history of deleted files

From: Hugh Gibson <hgibson_at_cix.co.uk>
Date: 2006-05-10 12:18:18 CEST

> Subversion 1.3.x doesn't have svn_client_log3() which takes a peg
> revision. That's why it fails.

So the error message:

> REPORT request failed on
> '/svn/!svn/bc/3881/trunk/abling/system/client/ClientCache.py'
> '/svn/!svn/bc/3881/trunk/abling/system/client/ClientCache.py' path
> not found

is wrong. It's actually due to the version of SVN installed. Sounds like a bug to me.

> You can of course get the log of the file *after* it was
> renamed/moved. If you uncheck "stop on copy", the log dialog will
> show you all log messages (the full history) and follows the move.

Thanks for the help, but I've just found that the developer concerned was in the habit of manually copying files and deleting them from the old folder.

I've found that I can see the log for the folder which includes log items for the deleted file, and I can get old versions of deleted files OK.


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