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RE: TortoiseSVN action logging.

From: <h.larsen_at_risoe.dk>
Date: 2006-10-14 02:52:09 CEST

Stefan wrote:
>I thought that by using a version control system, you have all the log
>information you need. After all, the log dialog in TSVN is one of the
>two biggest dialogs (big in terms of lines of code) with a *lot* of
>functions and features. You can get almost every information out from
>it. So it's really hard for me to see why you need yet another log.

To my knowledge SVN activity errors are not logged anywhere.

Few days ago I made a commit and got an error:

        Error: Commit succeded but other errors follow:
        Error: Error bumping revision post-commit (details follow):
        Error: In directory 's:\path'
        Error: Error processing command 'committed' in 's:\path'
        Error: Error replacing text-base of 'filename.vi'
        Error: Can't move 's:\path\.svn\tmp\filename.vi.tmp.tmp' to
                's:\path\.svn\tmp\filename.vi.tmp': cannot create a file
                that file already exists.

I never figured out what went wrong but made careful notes on the error
and what I did afterwards in case I would get stuck. Apparently the
problem got solved by a cleanup.

Anyway my point is that a logfile can been handy to track error messages
and what subsequently is done to recover.


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