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RE: logging behavior with moved files...

From: Gavin Lambert <gavinl_at_compacsort.com>
Date: 2005-12-15 22:55:06 CET

Quoth Jeff Vincent <mailto:jvincent@novell.com>:
> We have a subdirectory and some files that were moved and
> committed at revision 704 of our repository and have not
> changed since (currently at rev 722). If I do "svn log" on
> any of those files with revisions >= 704, I only see the log
> entry for the commit of the move. If I update to revision <
> 704 and do "svn log" on those same files, I get the history I
> would have expected clear back to when the files were checked in.
> I thought the history moved with the files? Shouldn't the
> log command show me all the history of a file, regardless how many
> times it got moved?

You did use svn mv, right, not your OS move command?

And are you using the svn command-line client directly or through a GUI?
The command-line defaults to showing all logs unless you use
--stop-on-copy, but many GUIs default to --stop-on-copy, with an
additional button somewhere to retrieve the rest of the history.

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Received on Thu Dec 15 23:05:58 2005

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