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Re: rev.6642 makes file:// repos unhappy

From: Bruce DeVisser <devisser_at_look.ca>
Date: 2003-09-09 16:32:41 CEST

On Tue, Sep 09, 2003 at 04:42:45PM +0900, YAMAMOTO Takashi wrote:
> rev.6642 (use BASE:1 for non-url target) changes
> the behaviour of "svn log" on directries in local (file://) repos.
> is this intended, or a bug?
> i personally prefer old behaviour...

Here's an earlier rendition of this question, with its

> Is 'svn log' with no arguments supposed to present a log
> up to HEAD, or up to BASE?
> I think I've been wired by earlier versions to expect
> the former, and 0.27 does the latter.
> Put in other words, this sequence...:
> checkout
> log
> edit / check in
> log
> ... produces identical logs in both cases. Should it?

  Yes. This change was made to address the bug which
  occured when trying to run 'svn log' on something in the
  working copy that had since been removed from HEAD, and to
  make this subcommand's behavior a bit more consistent with
  that of other subcommands.

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