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Re: svn log --stop-on-copy question

From: Wolfgang Fritz <wolfgang.fritz_at_keymile.com>
Date: 2004-09-15 15:39:13 CEST

Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
> Wolfgang Fritz wrote:
>> Hi,
>> if I run a
>> svn log --stop-on-copy
>> on a directory, it stops on the copy.
>> If I run the same command on a file in that directory, it does not stop.
>> (example below). Is that a bug or a feature? I'm running 1.1.0-rc3.
> This is intentional, I think. The --stop-on-copy switch stops when the
> target is *explicitly* copied, rather than *implicitly* copied (because
> some parent was copied).

OK. I must say that I would like to have a consistent behaviour. If I do
svn log --stop-on-copy I want to know where an object has possibly been
 copied from, no matter whether it was an implicit or an explicit copy.
But that's a matter of taste, I think.


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