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Re: Log message will not display in Tortoise after using svnadmin setlog command

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 18 Jul 2008 08:58:53 +0200

Tom Rowe wrote:
> Trying to allow the CM to change Log Messages for users who need to
> change their check-in message post check-in. I do not want to use pre-
> revprop-change hook script since that will open that up for all
> users. Only want the CM to have this ability per management policy.\
> Used the command: svnadmin setlog /usr/local/svn/testrepo -r 9978
> msg.txt --bypass-hooks
> successfully. The 9978 is the revision # and the msg.txt is the name
> of the file containing the new message comment.
> If I use the command: svnlook log /usr/local/svn/testrepo/ -r 9738
> it displays the message properly. However, TortoiseSVN does not in a
> Show Logs window. But if I choose Edit Log Message within Tortoise on
> that file, I can see the message, but cannot edit the message.
> Any ideas why it does not display the message?

Hit Ctrl-F5 in the log dialog: you still see the 'old' log message which
is stored in the local log cache.


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Received on 2008-07-18 08:59:12 CEST

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