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Re: show log issue

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2008c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Tue, 14 Oct 2008 23:52:34 -0500

On Oct 14, 2008, at 10:52, Anto Marky wrote:

> I just created a new text file in my local copy added it and
> committed it using TSVN I and then tried the show log. From the cli
> I created a text file and then committed using #svn commit --
> username mar --password ant --force-log -m "testing." but I was not
> able to commit I don't know whether the command was correct.

The command looks OK to me. What error message did you receive?

The --force-log flag is not relevant to your problem. That is only
for when you want to supply the commit message in a file, and that
file is a part of your working copy (an unusual case).

> I didn't find any manual for setting the revprops on the old versions.

I'll answer for completeness, but it's not relevant to your problem:

svn propedit --revprop -r N svn:log url://to/your/repository

where N is the revision number whose log message you want to edit.

> I have just added the path to my repos in the pre-revprop-change
> hook and my user name to it, is there any other info which should
> be added to the pre-revprop-change script?

No, and you don't need to put the path to your repository into the
hook script; it is passed that value on the command line in $1.

> and does it get activated just by assigning execute permission.

Yes, and by having the filename "pre-revprop-change".

> This is what I did, is there anything else which I should do to
> activate my pre-revprop-change hook.

No, the pre-revprop-change hook is now active. You just haven't done
anything (like trying to edit an old revision's properties) that
would trigger it.

But the pre-revprop-change hook is not relevant to your problem. That
is for if you want to change the properties on old revisions. But
you've told us that newly-created revisions are also missing these
properties. That is what we need to focus on fixing. Unfortunately I
have no idea what could make Subversion not record the log message
and date properties.

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