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Re: Is this correct behavior for svn cat?

From: Russ Brown <pickscrape_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-09-08 03:45:41 CEST

Tom Mornini wrote:
> Thanks to both gents with the same answer.
> One huge issue I'm hoping will be resolved some day is
> the difficulty of finding deleted files in old revisions.

This is similar to a question I asked a while back but got no reply to.

I was raising the idea of a new command, which given a repository URL
would list the revision span of existence of all objects that have
existed at that path in history.

My idea was for 'svn history', yielding something like:

$ svn history svn://server/some/path/to/object

Showing that different objects existed at that URL three times in
history, between the revision numbers shown. I'm sure that more
information could be supplied for each instance too, such as the type of
node (file, directory etc).

I for one would find that *extremely* useful.

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Received on Thu Sep 8 01:49:02 2005

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