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Re: svn log questions

From: <trlists_at_clayst.com>
Date: 2004-12-10 16:31:37 CET

On 10 Dec 2004 Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:

> Another example of this is:
> svn commit foo.c
> svn log
> You'd think that 'svn log' would show you the commit to foo.c that you
> just made, right? After all, that's what CVS does. But it doesn't...
> not without running 'svn up' first. It's been the subject of much
> debate, but it's another example of 'consistency' winning out over 'do
> what I mean'.

I'll give you that last point :-).

Anyway, the item above bit me a couple of times. Why is this? What is
svn up doing that makes the log show the commit?


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