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Re: Branch missing in Revision Graph

From: IGI/Michael Möllney <m.moellney_at_igi-systems.com>
Date: 2007-07-03 09:28:41 CEST

Hi Stefan,

sorry for the late reply, my JUNK filter was running wild :-(

Stefan Küng wrote:
> IGI/Michael Möllney wrote:
>> [ I hope my In-Reply-To: fake works .... ? , sorry if not.
>> Resubscribed to the mailing list :-) ]
>>
>> Hi Stefan,
>>
>>> I can't reproduce this, sorry.
>>> Can you maybe try a nightly build and check if the latest version
>>> still has this problem?
>>> http://nightlybuilds.tortoisesvn.net/latest/
>>
>> Installed the current nightly build, but the same results.
>> Is there a way to send you some files (e.g. some part of the log
>> output) that would be probably sufficient to reproduce the effect?
>
> I'm sorry, but the log output doesn't really help. I tried that
> several times but I always give up :)
> The reason is simple: the log outputs I get are usually very big, and
> I'd have to recreate the repository from those logs which always is
> way too much work. I usually try to recreate just the part that's
> shown wrong in the graph, but of course that almost never is enough.
> If you take a look at my test script for the revision graph here:
> http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/svn/tortoisesvn/trunk/test/BuildRevisionGraphTestRepo.bat
>
> (login: guest, leave password empty)
> you will see that I covered a lot of edge cases in there (the tests I
> do with the repository that script creates are for /trunk,
> /trunk/file1 and /trunk/Ordner/file1.
> It would of course be great if you could extend that test script with
> a case where the graph doesn't show up correctly.
How about a way to use the XML output of svn log to generate such
script automatically with the files names in the log, but with dummy
context.
The graphing does not analyze the context of the files, does it?
>
> Or maybe you could give me read access to your repository for a few
> hours so I can test this. I don't need to read your file contents, I
> only need to be able to fetch the log from the repository root so I
> can debug (step through) the revision graph code...
Policy of my company does not allow to give access to source to people
outside of the company.
However if there is a way to just make the log files of a repository
readable but not the files itself, there could be a way.

Could you give a hint how to setup the access rights to make it only
possible to read the logs....

Michael
>
> Stefan
>

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