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Re: svn log inconsistencies

From: Duncan Murdoch <murdoch_at_stats.uwo.ca>
Date: 2006-11-15 22:24:45 CET

On 11/15/2006 2:46 PM, Geoffrey Myers wrote:
> Duncan Murdoch wrote:
>> On 11/15/2006 2:08 PM, Geoffrey Myers wrote:
>>> Anyone seen anything like this?
>>>
>>> Two folks on two different machines connect to the same repository and
>>> run 'svn log' and get different results.
>>>
>>>
>>> For example, I see r11, he does not.
>>
>> From svn log --help:
>>
>> "The default revision range is BASE:1."
>>
>> If you have a different BASE setting (because one of you updated more
>> recently than the other), you'll see a different range.
>
> We are not seeing a different range. I see r10, r11, r12
>
> He sees r10, r12 no r11

That looks as though you have different things checked out. svn log
will show you only revisions affecting the current directory, unless you
ask for more.

Type "svn info" and compare what it shows you for the URL. I suspect
one of you has checked out more than the other has. You'll get the log
of files within whatever directory you have checked out.

svn info will also show you the value of HEAD on each machine, listed as
"Revision:".

Duncan Murdoch

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