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Re: svnlook blame?

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-03-14 15:12:52 CET

Jens Peters wrote:

> Ok, I understand what you mean, but since I'm not a developer of WebSVN
> I can't talk for the design decisions the WebSVN team made. But may be
> you can still consider add blame to svnlook, I think blame would fit
> into the meaning (it's just used for “peeking”) of svnlook too. :) (Yes,
> I like WebSVN (more than ViewCVS/ViewSVN), just missing blame there)

Sure, I think we all agree it would be nice for 'svnlook blame' to
exist. But I still don't understand why WebSVN can't run 'svn blame
file:///absolute/path/to/repos' just as easily. No working copy
required, and WebSVN already knows /absolute/path/to/repos, right?

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