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Re: svn log lines (was Re: How does log translate to diff)

From: C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-02-10 16:37:11 CET

Adrian Robert <arobert@cogsci.ucsd.edu> writes:

> Probably it will be useful to wait for more feedback, but do you see
> anything wrong with the points that:
> 1) having the "X lines" in the log output is confusing for ex-CVS
> users due to the mis-parallel with CVS logs
> 2) it would be nice to have the "+/- lines" added to 'svn log -v'

This could be done by sharing code with 'svn blame', which
interestingly enough does 'svn log' under the hood, then performs
contextual diffs on each successive version of the file. Of course,
this information means nothing for 'svn log' on a directory (so you'd
have inconsistency in the output formats), and also for multiple
targets, we intermingle their log reports and try to avoid duplicating
revision logs common to more than one target. This presents yet
another display problem, because now you can have more than one +/-
calculation per displayed log section.

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