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Re: log history for re-created files

From: Dave Lawrence <dlawrence_at_ad-holdings.co.uk>
Date: Thu, 11 Sep 2008 14:09:08 +0100

Andy Levy wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 11, 2008 at 08:58, <lfournie_at_rockwellcollins.com> wrote:
>> Andy,
>>
>>
>> OK SVN manages different IDs for two files with the same path but existing
>> at different times. This is not exactly the point.
>>
>> Let's try to explain another way;
>> Now when you have two files A and B, and requesting a log history for A and
>> you got B's history, it seems there is a problem !
>>
>> When I request the log history for the OLD file, TSVN returns the NEW one
>> only, it's not what the end users may expect.
>
> And that's where you need to use peg & operative revisions.
>
>> By the way I will look at the peg & operative revisions...thanks
>>
>> Laurent

Then note that TSVN uses the HEAD revision as the peg revision when show
log is launched in this way. Which "in most cases confuses people less"
(than the command line which uses the BASE rev by default). But in the
case where a w/c is older and the file has been replaced this could
actually be a lot more confusing especially if the replacement had
history from elsewhere. Which reminds me I was trying to think of a
feature request to improve this but I haven't come up with anything
coherent yet...

To get an earlier peg rev, launch "show log" from the repo browser instead.

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