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Could textual/property changes be distinguished in svn log?

From: Rob Hubbard <rob.hubbard_at_softel.co.uk>
Date: Thu, 10 Sep 2009 18:11:14 +0100


When you type "svn status" to query local modifications, the response
from SVN distinguishes modifications to a file's text and to its
properties: the flags are in different columns in the output.

On the other hand, the response from an "svn log --verbose -r ..." query
on a revision in the repository does not make this distinction.

That information can be gleaned by using "svn diff --summarize -c ...",
but it would be really useful to be able to see this in the log output;
this might require a new option, such as "--distinguish-props".

It would be even nicer if the log output could be made to include
*which* properties had changed too, perhaps using a variation of the
usual path syntax, such as "/path/filename/propertyname".


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