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Re: Summary of log entries not updated for others after edit of an entry [kudos to Stefan Küng]

From: Francois Grieu <fgrieu_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 28 Oct 2015 18:53:29 +0100

Stefan Küng wrote :
> On Wed, Oct 28, 2015 at 10:36 AM, Francois Grieu <fgrieu_at_gmail.com
> <mailto:fgrieu_at_gmail.com>> wrote:
> we have a repository (implemented as a directory on a file server) where we
> enabled editing log entries (recognizing svn:log in
> hooks/pre-revprop-change.bat)
> Problem is: only the person who made an edit to the log entry sees it in the
> summary of log entries (as show by "show log").
> The edited log entry does show to others when they "edit log message" on that
> entry (and from then on if accepting changes).
> That's by design. The whole point of a log cache is that the log is stored
> locally once it is fetched from the server.
> So you have a few options:
> * disable the log cache (settings dialog). That way, the log entries are
> always fetched from the server, never from a local cache. And are then of
> course always up-to-date with your edits.
> * hit Ctrl+F5 in the log dialog to reload the shown entries from the server,
> updating the log cache.
> * delete the log cache from the settings dialog.

Thank you, case (of user dumbness) solved.

The design is fine. The "Refresh" button (and Ctrl+F5 shortcut) in the log
dialog is fine enough.
The "Log Caching" settings, and possibility to clear the cache, are nice too.


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