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Re: svn log questions

From: Benjamin Pflugmann <benjamin-svn-usr_at_pflugmann.de>
Date: 2004-12-11 02:20:18 CET

On Fri 2004-12-10 at 08:46:52 +0000, you wrote
> >I think what you want is 'svn log file --limit 1'. It will stop after
> >showing you one log message, and that's guaranteed to be the most recent
> >change on a file.
> What I really wanted was the second entry in 'svn log file --limit 2'
> without having to search for the second entry (i.e. what I thought
> -rPREV would do)

I didn't see anyone else mention it, so I'll do. You can get the
behaviour you want by excluding the first revision. And you already
know how to get there, by -rPREV. So I think the following should do
what you asked for:

  svn log -r PREV:1 --limit 1 file

(That's just a untested projection, because my version of svn doesn't
support --limit).



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