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Re: /startrev broken on /command:log ?

From: Hari Krishna Dara <haridara_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 19 May 2009 13:16:10 -0700 (PDT)

On May 16, 11:07 pm, Stefan Küng <tortoise..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Hari Krishna Dara wrote:
> > I searched and didn't find anyone talking about this and there was no
> > bug report either. The problem is that the /startrev option seems to be
> > getting ignored. First of all it took me a while to figure out that the
> > /endrev is actually the lower number, pretty unintuitive I would say.
> > But once I figured that out, I noticed that the /startrev option is
> > being ignored. Say, I have revisions from 1 to 16000, and I want to show
> > only between 13000 and 15000, I tried the below options:
> > /command:log /startrev:15000 /endrev:13000 /path:"/path/to/file"
> > Though the revisions stop at 13000, they always begin from the head
> > revision. Is this a bug?
> /command:log /path:"https://server/svn/TestRepo/trunk" /startrev:50
> /endrev:10
> works just fine for me. The log starts at rev 50 and ends at rev 14
> (13-10 are on the branch).
> /command:log /path:"D:\Development\SVN\SVNTests\testwc" /startrev:50
> /endrev:10
> also works ok.
> > PS: Is it possible to post questions through google groups online form?
> > I know you can post from tigris form, but posting from google groups is
> > more convenient for me.
> I've never tried it. I think it's possible, but of course your posts
> won't show up until they're moderated through.
> Stefan

I apologize, it was just some misunderstanding of the behavior coupled
with some local svn server issue that caused me to think otherwise. I
can also confirm that it is working as expected.



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