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Trouble With Dates

From: Hilco Wijbenga <hilco.wijbenga_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-03 01:37:48 CEST

Hi all,

I've used CVS2SVN to move our CVS repository into our Subversion
repository. I'm not sure that's related but I thought I'd mention it.

If I run 'svn log FILE -r {2004-01-01}:{2007-12-31}' I nicely get all
log entries (entries in 2005 and 2007). If, however, I try 'svn log
FILE -r {2005-01-01}:{2007-12-31}' I get nothing! (Well, I get a
single line of '-'.)

According to the Subversion book Subversion simply translates the
dates to revisions and then uses those. If I do that manually I get
the log entries as expected (svn log FILE -r 1234:2345).

So apparently the translation from date to revision is not working
properly. Reading the Subversion book leads me to believe that perhaps
the timestamp properties are missing? But if that's the case then how
come the log entries *do* contain a timestamp? Are they not the same

If my conclusion is correct, how do I create the necessary timestamp properties?


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