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Re: Weirdness with svn log after a svn check in

From: Jason Voegele <jason_at_jvoegele.com>
Date: 2004-04-01 20:03:05 CEST

Shatzer, Larry said:
> Change a file in your working copy, commit, and then do a svn log (with
> no other parameters) and you get the svn log for the directory, but your
> recent commit is not there listed. Do a svn log on the file itself, it
> shows up. If you do a svn update, then svn log, the entry is now there
> in the output. One would think that the log entry would be there when
> you did the svn log right after the commit. I can understand why this
> does not work as expected, since the directory needed to be updated, but
> I would imagine that the check in would update that as well. I hope this
> makes sense.
> It is no big deal, but just a gotcha since I was expecting the log
> message to be there.

Furthermore, do several checkins without doing an update, and log will
only produce log messages up to the last update.

e.g., if you check out r10, do three commits without doing an update, and
do an svn log, you'll only get up to r10.

Also, svnversion will display 10:13. I presume that this is by design.

Jason Voegele
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