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Re: SVN log question

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2005-04-28 01:08:38 CEST

Ashish Purohit wrote:
> Hi,
> I have been using Subversion for a few months now. However I recently
> discovered that whenever I do a "svn log" with a date range, I get the
> last check-in when the date range is _after_ the last check-in.
> For example: svn log http://<server-URL>/trunk/ -r
> {2005-04-11}:{2005-04-15}
> gives me an entry that was checked-in on April 8th that was the last
> check-in for this repository.
> I have tried adding time component to the -r parameter but I get the
> same result.
> My server runs on a Win2k box and is 1.1.4. I tried this with both a
> 1.1.4 and a 1.0.6 client with the same results. I have also tried with
> the SVN:// protocol with exactly the same results.
> I understand that Subversion finds most recent revision of the
> repository as of that date -- but should that apply when querying for
> a date range?

Probably not. This feature could do with being better designed.
On the other hand, people might be using the current functionality, so what
we need is a new syntax which actually considers the date range itself,
rather than resolving each end to a revision number, and then putting a
range together from that.


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