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Re: specifying revisions using their distance (in days) from the current date

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-07-29 05:24:55 CEST

"Peter Hercek" <peter@syncad.com> writes:
> > I like it. If you add support for year/month, you could have an
> > optional character after what is currently the day number:
> >
> > {-3dT12:30}
> > {-3mT12:30}
> > {-3yT12:30}
> >
> > Also, how do you want it to behave when two timestamps are give, that
> > is:
> >
> > svn CMD -r{DATE1}:{DATE2}
> >
> > What if exactly one of those dates is in your new format? And what if
> > *both* are?
> Hmmm, I'm not committed to implement it myself. I want to add it into
> the issue list at least if more people think it is a good idea. I may implement
> it sometimes; although I do not have idea how code contributions are
> done here yet :)
> I'm not sure about d, m, and y sufixes. I would not have any use for them in
> my ussage patterns. I would be using this more in situations when I know
> that something worked a few days ago and want to quickly check what
> changed from *about* that time. I'm not even sure whether hours and
> minutes options should be added at all.

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