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Re: Command-line interface to cached log

From: <Stefan.Fuhrmann_at_etas.com>
Date: 2007-11-09 11:20:37 CET

"Alexander Klenin" <klenin@gmail.com> wrote on 09.11.2007 07:04:04:

> We use 'svn log' invocations in scripts,
> sometimes requesting quite large revision ranges.
> I wonder if it makes sense to create some kind of utility
> which behaves similar to command-line 'svn log', but takes advantage
> of log cache?

The issue tracker entry for log caching already mentions a CL
tool planned for TSVN 1.6:


But the idea is to limit that to XML I/O (i.e. exchange / import
log data without hogging the server). Whether it will support
merge info is yet to decide. Basically, the output would be
similar to

svn log --xml [-v] [-rR1[:R2]] URL[@peg]

Would such a simple XML I/O sufficient for your use-case?

-- Stefan^2.

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