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Re: Weirdness with svn log after a svn check in

From: C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-04-01 20:05:23 CEST

"Shatzer, Larry" <Larry.Shatzer@Spirent.com> writes:

> 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

That's because, like every other svn command, an action on a working
copy path defaults to that path's BASE revision. Because you
committed a file, your directory is now one revision out of date, but
your file is up-to-date.

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