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

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-04-20 15:05:51 CEST

andy.glew@amd.com wrote:

> 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?

'svn log -v' always runs on a path or URL, and shows you the history of
the path or URL. So the command 'svn log -v' is running on an implicit
'.' path, only showing you revisions in which your working-copy
directory changed. If you want to see *every* commit, run 'svn log -v
reposURL', where reposURL is the "root" directory of the repository.

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