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Re: Logs of property changes

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006Q1_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-02-08 23:13:57 CET

On Feb 8, 2006, at 19:04, Yaakov Chaikin wrote:

> I noticed looking at the logs that the revision numbers get skipped
> once in a while. After trying things out, I realized that these must
> be file/dir property changes. However, even if I use the command-line
> and commit property changes (even with comments), they are not showing
> up in the log. In fact, even if I do svn log -rSomeNumber that doesn't
> show up in the log, it still doesn't show me that log.
> How do I get at the log for the property changes?

I don't think that's what's happening, and I don't think it has to do
with whether a change is a property change or something else.

If you're running "svn log" in your working copy, have you first
updated the working copy with "svn up"? If not, you'll only see logs
up to the revision the repository is currently at.

If I'm misunderstanding and you're doing something different, it
would help if you could provide a transcript of the commands you
enter and their output, and how this output differs from your

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