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Re: Edit commit/log messages after the commit

From: Epsilon <epsilon_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2004-05-11 19:20:02 CEST

Stefan Binder wrote:
> This is not realy true, because for direct editing of
> revision-properties, the "pre-revprop-change"-hook must be present.
> (Reason: revision-properties are not versioned, so the old property
> lost forever if changed).
> If you have direct access to the Subversionserver, you can use the
> svnadmin command with the setlog option: "svnadmin setlog -r <Rev.
> --bypass-hooks <File with log-message>"
> dont forget the --bypass-hook option, because otherwise you have the
> same problem with the above solution ;)

In other words, using Ben's method you'll lose the commit message
forever but using your method you'll have a history of commit messages.

  Is that right?

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