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Re: Delete revision of an object has no peg revision?

From: Danny van Heumen <danny.vanheumen_at_hccnet.nl>
Date: 2007-01-10 01:46:46 CET

Michael Sinz wrote:
> Brummer, Byron wrote:
>> If url://some/file.txt was Deleted in rev 1234 it makes no sense why
>> running:
>> svn log -r 1234 url://some/file.txt
> Maybe there would need to be a way to address this from the user
> interface, but then there would still be confusion as to what to do of
> the case of a delete/add in the same revision. So, even trying to solve
> the user interface problem is difficult as you would need to know which
> of the two same named objects one is trying to identify.

Do the same difficulties exist if the program could follow the file from
a revision where it still existed?

Like this:
svn log -r 1234 url://some/file.txt_at_1233

At least now there's a "line" to follow, and this "line" would end at 1234.
Or does it still get confused by the replacement 'file.txt'?


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