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Re: svn log inconsistencies

From: Danny van Heumen <danny.vanheumen_at_hccnet.nl>
Date: 2006-11-15 22:50:20 CET

Geoffrey Myers wrote:
> Tjernstrom, Staffan wrote:
>> Any chance that the other user did the commit for r12, but didn't do
>> an update first (to get the history for r11)?
>
> Very possible. :)
>
I doubt it. IIRC log information is retrieved from the online repository
and the repository knows all :P.

It's probably the suggestion made in another reply in this thread:
If someone executes 'svn log .' inside a subdirectory of the working
copy, only the log messages are shown that reflect changes in this
subdirectory. So R11 is probably a change outside of this subdirectory,
and so it isn't shown.
If you would execute 'svn log .' on the root of the repository you will
surely see all changes, because all changes happen in the root or some
subdirectory of it.

Danny

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