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How to get a "recursive" log?

From: Grant Edwards <grante_at_visi.com>
Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2008 16:51:03 +0000 (UTC)

According to the svn book:

  Shows log messages from the repository. If no arguments are
  supplied, svn log shows the log messages for all files and
  directories inside of (and including) the current working
  directory of your working copy.

That's sure not how it seems to work when I do it. When I do
an "svn log" in a working copy, all I see are changes to the
directory itself. If I do "svn info" and then do an "svn log"
on the URL returned by the "info" command, I see logs for "all
files and directories inside of" of the URL.

How do I get a log for all changes made to a working tree
without having to do an "svn log" on each and every file and

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