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svn log questions

From: Brad Schick <schickb_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2004-12-10 07:45:49 CET

I think svn log -rPREV has a surprising behavior. -rPREV seems to look
for literally COMMITTED-1, which often doesn't exist for a specific item.
Wouldn't this be more useful if it looked for the previous *change* on an
item so that "svn log -rPREV file" showed the log for the prev change?

I also find it odd how log works with file globs. Something like "svn
log -rCOMMITTED *.cpp" produces an error and even "svn log *.cpp" doesn't
do what I would expect (a list of files with the log for each). Am I
thinking about this wrong? How would I get a quick list of the last
commit log for each file in a directory?


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