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Re: SVN lost log

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-16 22:30:38 CET

Cox, Kieran wrote:
> Right, well feeling like an idiot now. I can see all my logs/commits.
> Although the “Stop on copy/rename” was indeed unchecked. I had not
> clicked on the “Show All” button. Previously I was trying to get to the
> older logs by moving the first calendar selection back. As that would
> not go further back than the point when the repo was moved, I assumed
> those logs were unavailable.
> Should the calendar behave this way? I guess it’s a small issue since
> you can just click “Show All”.

The calendar only knows the date range of the revisions which are shown
in the log dialog. It can't know the whole range without fetching all
the log messages.
But since fetching all log messages can take a *very* long time for big
repositories, you have to explicitly ask for them.


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