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Re: Revision Dates Really Inclusive?

From: John Florian <jflorian_at_kennedytech.com>
Date: 2004-11-01 16:31:17 CET

HAND,Nathan wrote:

>My intuition says that the left hand date should be measured from 00:01,
>and the right hand date should be measured from midnight.
That would be the nearly the same as my intuition -- I'd actually
consider midnight to be the start of a day, but that's moot here -- but
that's not what I'm finding to be reality. It seems that 'svn -r
date1:date2 log' insists on showing what was HEAD as of date1 in
addition to showing what changes actually took place on and between
date1 and date2. I've tested this in the following date/time formats,
each with the same result:
{2004-10-25 00:01}:{2004-10-25 23:59}
{2004-10-25 00:01 -0400}:{2004-10-25 23:59 -0400}

In all three cases, I get one prior log entry to 10/25 -- in this exact
example, that prior log entry is dated 10/22 (nothing happened on the
23rd or 24th).

John Florian
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Received on Mon Nov 1 16:31:44 2004

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