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Re: Tortoisesvn bug: svn log does not show the log, if a different date range is picked that is not the current day(default)

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 12 Aug 2009 08:44:43 +0200

On Wed, Aug 12, 2009 at 01:55, Srikanth
Vudathala<Srikanth.Vudathala_at_sun.com> wrote:
> Hello Everyone,
>  I have been using tortoisesvn for quite some time.
> Thanks for actively developing it. It is a wonderful supplement for
> windows users.
>
> My system configuration
> Windows system (xp pro)
> TortoiseSVN 1.6.4, Build 16808 - 32 Bit , 2009/08/06 07:26:35
> Linux system (redhat 4.6 x64)
> $svn --version
> svn, version 1.6.3 (r38063)
>   compiled Jul 15 2009, 16:54:18
>
> The issue, my steps and the workaround are as following.
>
> Steps:
> - Using windows explorer go to a directory that has an svn repository
> - right click and select svn log on the directory
> - the default main log window shows the current day (today) and all the logs
> - change the date range
> - try doing refresh. the refresh button is not enabled, but i tried F5

Here the refresh button is enabled for me.
Did you use the date control at the top of the dialog to filter the date range?

> - the log does not change

It does for me here.

> - now close the log window by clicking on the "x" at the right top corner
> - the desired log window appears with all the log for the date range

I'm confused: if you close the dialog, how can the log dialog appear
again without you starting it explicitly again?

> - now you can change the date ranges again and the correct log will be
> shown in the same window without explicit refreshing
>
>
> So, the very first log window does not do a refresh. I have waited for
> quite some time to see if it works. But no amount of waiting would help.
> In fact, as soon as the progress bar is completely loaded, if I close
> the first window, the second window will have the desired data.
> I had started noticing this issue since I upgraded to version 1.6.3.
> Before I upgraded to 1.6.3, I had 1.5.x and I don't remember seeing this
> issue then.

I can't reproduce this here. Maybe I'm doing something wrong?
Can you maybe describe more detailed what I have to do to reproduce this?

Stefan

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