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Re: repository history...

From: Bryan Dyck <bdyck_at_mac.com>
Date: 2004-09-22 03:01:11 CEST

On Sep 21, 2004, at 3:07 PM, bruce wrote:

> hi...
>
> thanks for the responses on the copy dir/import issue!!
>
> i'm trying to figure out how to get a history of the repository, repository
> directory/file ...
>
> the eaxmple :
> svnlook history -r 20 /usr/local/svn/repos /tags/1.0 --show-ids
>
> i do :
> [root@lserver2 svn]# svnlook history -r 6 /svnroot/test1/ /mytest --show-ids
> REVISION PATH <ID>
> -------- ---------
> 6 /mytest <1.0.7>
> 4 /mytest <1.0.4>
> 3 /mytest <1.0.3>
> 2 /mytest <1.0.2>
> 1 /mytest <1.0.1>
>
>
> however, i have dir/files under mytest that i don't get...
>
> any idea as to how/what i need to do to recursively get the entire
> history/versions for the repository....

To start with the obvious, have you double-checked that the missing files/directories are actually under version control? It's also possible that the missing files are filtered out by the global-ignores setting, in which case they wouldn't get imported. In either case, running 'svn status' on the root of your working copy will indicate any non-versioned files with a '?' in its output. To check for normally ignored files, run it with the '--no-ignore' option.

Cheers,
b

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