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Re: Revision Dates Really Inclusive?

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2004-10-29 10:31:37 CEST

John Florian wrote:
> The SVN book states, "You can also use a range of dates. Subversion will
> find all revisions between both dates, inclusive", but I find that when
> I perform 'svn -r {date1}:{date2} log' the first log entry is prior to
> date1. If I try for one particular hour out of a given day, I find much
> the same behavior: one extra log entry at the beginning of the output --
> this log entry is the one immediately prior to the hour requested.
> How can I get true inclusive behavior?

The problem is that svn interprets that as "the revision that was HEAD at
midnight on date1" to "the revision that was HEAD at midnight on date2".
Which is not a very intuitive interpretation. I think our date range
matching needs redesigning.


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