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Re: svn-commit.tmp. How is it intended to be used?

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-08-14 21:23:05 CEST

On 8/14/07, Andreas S <andreas_s@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hmmm... I mistyped the file name, it was suppose to be svn-commit.tmp, not
> svn_commit.tmp. That is the file that svn opened for me, I didn't save it
> under a different name. Still, my log message does not show up with svn log
> nor svn log -v.

I don't think you've answered this question: was the commit successful?

> So you are saying if I edit the file that svn opened for me, save it without
> changning its name, then my message in that file should be saved and I
> should see it when I do svn log. Looks like something else has gone wrong
> then.

If you saved the file in vim with the proper name and the commit was
successful, then the file should have been deleted and the message
appear in svn log (make sure you use svn up to be 100% sure you get
the right log). If that's not happening, one of the above 3 things
went wrong - wrong filename, commit failed, you're not pulling the log
you think you are.

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