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Re: How can I run a "binary search based upon date"?

From: Joshua Varner <jlvarner_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-09-30 17:30:26 CEST

On 9/30/05, Dale Hirt <dale@sbcltd.com> wrote:
> Matt,
> At this point, the test is all manual-based :). And if it works for you, then yes, it's valid. I will try to spend some time this next week writing a test case for RepoMerge, but as everything is up in the air at the moment, it's on the back burner for a few days.
> Dale
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Matt England [mailto:mengland@mengland.net]
> Sent: Friday, September 30, 2005 6:47 AM
> To: SVN Users email list
> Cc: jlvarner@gmail.com; Dale Hirt; mengland@mengland.net
> Subject: Re: How can I run a "binary search based upon date"?
> My 'svn log' commands show a history of the dates/revisions of the 2 input
> repositories interleaved (the way I would expect it) with each other with a
> sequenced list of the revisions of the resulting, merged repositories.
> Is this is a test of what I see below? Does it validate (or at least prove
> for this test) a working RepoMerge.py?
> Or do I need to run some other test?
If the svn log dates are monotonically increasing, across all three projects
you are probably fine. You can try a checkout like

svn checkout --revision {"2002-02-17 15:30"}

and if you have files in all 3 projects the interleaving worked. If they were
not interleaved, then you would have only one project at that date, and the
others either missing completely or at the date of import. (Haven't tested
this, but you would have something odd.)


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