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

From: Matt England <mengland_at_mengland.net>
Date: 2005-09-30 21:13:49 CEST

>At 9/30/2005 10:30 AM, Joshua Varner wrote:
>>If the svn log dates are monotonically increasing, across all three projects
>>you are probably fine.

Yes, this looks good.

I also just ran the non-RepoMerge.py procedure (earlier in this thread),
and I can see how things are non-interleaved. And this really would not
have been acceptable, I believe; it makes things much harder to analyze as
a manager and in code reviews and problem-resolution (when debugging
changes over time), etc. Alas, maybe I'm making more out of the problem
(that RepoMerge.py solves) then what really exists in reality because I'm
inexperienced with this sort of analysis with Subversion.

In any case, I'm quite thankful to have RepoMerge.py.

>> 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.)

I might try this out later, haven't tried it out yet.


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