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Re: Feature Request: Retrieve a range of logs by date or number without retrieving the entire history.

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 12 Sep 2008 23:16:49 +0200

Royce Fessenden wrote:
> When you bring up the Log Messages screen there are date boxes and a search
> box that will limit the list. But you have to <Show All> to use it. From
> time to time I would like to view the change details of a specific log where
> I know the number, or date. Typically I don't know the branch. Thus, I
> have to load the log messages for the entire repository.
> I would like to be able to enter a date range and/or enter a log range at
> the top of the form and then have it go retrieve only those logs. (The svn
> log -r #### command only shows the Message text and does not give me the
> diff convenience of TortoiseSVN.)

The "Show all" button in the log dialog is a menu button. If you click
on the arrow on the right side of that button, you'll get a menu: click
on "Show Range...".
That brings up a dialog where you can select a revision range. And as
with all TSVN revision dialogs, you can also enter dates there in the
Subversion date format. Examples:

{"2002-02-17 15:30"}
{"2002-02-17 15:30 +0230}

You can get a list of valid 'revisions' if you enter something invalid
(e.g. "{") in the revision edit control and hit the OK button - an error
balloon will show up which explains all the valid 'revisions' you can
enter, including all the possible date formats.


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Received on 2008-09-12 23:17:01 CEST

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