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RE: Expanding from source revision to copied revision(s)

From: <andy.glew_at_amd.com>
Date: 2004-04-20 02:30:51 CEST

> Is is correct to say that there is no way to expand from a source
> revision to see what copies of that revision were made?
> If correct, is there any indexing systems built yet or in the works to
> enable capture and maintain this data?
> It would be great to be able to see what copies were made of
> a revision, when and where. A kind of SVNGraph enabler.

Previous questions on this topic have elicted
the reply "do an svn log -v on the root of the repository
(or at least the common parent of any copy)
and then process the output."

When I try this, I do not seem to get any output
for copies (branch-like or tag-like) copies that were
created and then later deleted. I only seem to
get output for items currently in Subversion's tree.
Yet I can do svn log on particular files and versions
in the deleted copies.

Q: is there a way to get logs for all copies and all
versions that have ever existed, including ones
that have been deleted? I.e. for everything that
is still in the Subversion database?

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