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Re: svn log --limit 1 -r 1:HEAD url returns two log entries

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2006-03-31 21:55:31 CEST

On 3/31/06, Tim Toolan <toolan@ele.uri.edu> wrote:
> When using the log function, with the --limit option and the --revision option,
> where the revisions are ascending, it returns one more entry than requested.
> For instance the command:
> svn log -r 1:HEAD --limit 1 file:///path_to_repository
> will return two log entries, where it should only return one. Descending
> revisions, such as:
> svn log -r HEAD:1 --limit 1 file:///path_to_repository
> work properly.
> Has anyone else seen this behavior? I am using version 1.2.3 of subversion.
> The reason for using log -r 1:HEAD --limit 1, is that when viewing a directory
> listing in a Subversion viewer like Chora, it shows the last log entry for each
> file. For sub-directories, the first log entry is usually more informative
> than the last, since it will probably be a description of why the directory was
> created.

It seems to work fine here, but I do believe there was an off by one
bug in that code at some point. Try with 1.3.0 and see if that fixes
it for you.


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