On Nov 28, 2007 12:21 PM, Karl Fogel <email@example.com> wrote:
> "Andy Levy" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > You can go back in time, but not forward. That is, if you pull the log
> > for a branch, SVN will follow the history back to where the branch was
> > created, and then the history of the source of the branch.
> Indeed. I even thought we had an issue for this lack of
> forward-history tracing, but now I can't seem to find it.
> >> 2) Is there a way of automatically generating a tree (digraph, really)
> >> of what branches/tags where cut from what other branches/tags?
> > TortoiseSVN includes a handy revision graph. Someone has probably
> > written something similar that's a standalone app.
This seems like something we'd benefit from - but when I attempt to use it
$ ./svn-graph.pl -p / file:///data/svn/repos/
perl: subversion/libsvn_subr/path.c:113: svn_path_join: Assertion
`is_canonical (base, blen)' failed.
$ ./svn-graph.pl http://eng2/svn/Datallegro/branches/v3.0.2-dev
Authorization failed: PROPFIND request failed on
'/svn/Datallegro/branches/v3.0.2-dev': PROPFIND of
'/svn/Datallegro/branches/v3.0.2-dev': authorization failed (http://eng2) at
./svn-graph.pl line 62
...and line 62 doesn't seem to have much to do with authentication. Perhaps
this tool is written assuming you have readonly access on for anonymous?
Is anyone using svn-graph.pl with success?
Received on Wed Nov 28 23:48:01 2007