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Re: Bug: Log - Stop on copy/rename

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-26 21:01:44 CEST

Elahn Ientile wrote:
> Stefan Küng wrote, on 27/06/2006 3:55 AM:
>>> In the release build
>>> When "Stop on copy/rename" is unticked, nothing happens. Clicking
>>> "Next 100" causes an error: REPORT request failed on
>>> '/svnroot/jcl/!svn/bc/1545/tags/JCL197-Build2172'
>>> '/svnroot/jcl/!svn/bc/1545/tags/JCLBuild2172' path not found
>> Known problem. The Subversion library 1.3.x doesn't have the improved
>> log function which is required.
> If you untick "Stop on copy/rename" then close the dialog and reopen it,
> then it works. So until 1.4 is released, couldn't unticking it do a full
> refresh equivalent to closing the dialog and reopening it?

Not really. In 1.3, 'next 100' fetches the log from the last shown
revision - 1 to revision - 101. That won't work over renames, because in
revision -1 the entry doesn't exist (it has been renamed).
In 1.4.x, the new log function has a 'peg' parameter (something like an
anchor), and we use the first shown revision as the peg, so it works
even over renames.

> I haven't touched my working copies since installing 1.4.x nightly, so

Are you sure? Even starting the commit or log dialog on a working copy
will upgrade it.

> unless the installer searches for working copies and upgrads them,
> they'll still be in the 1.3.x format. If I uninstall, will I lose the
> commit dialog history? If so, is there any way to preserve it?

The commit history is of course kept.


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