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RE: Possible subversion bug with svn log?

From: Reedick, Andrew <Andrew.Reedick_at_BellSouth.com>
Date: 2006-08-16 00:11:13 CEST

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Srinivas Kotla [mailto:skotla@broadsoft.com]
> Thanks for the response.
> In the bigger context, what I am doing is (not evident in this test
> repository) to get all file changes for a given issue. An issue
> is required in the log message for every commit.
> I scan the log to collect all revision numbers and file changes based
> issue number used in the commit message. In this case I will not see
> the new files added, just the new directory.

I think 'svn diff' also acts the same way (it doesn't walk into added
directories) so there isn't an easy way to automatically list the files
in an added subtree. You'll need to script a custom report. Maybe do
an 'svn ls -R -r X' for each entry with a "(from ...:123)".

You will also need to consider deleted directories. I think (you'll
want to double check) that deleting the root of a tree only lists the
root as deleted and not the files in the tree.


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