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Re: log shows unintended object's history even with a peg

From: Stein Somers <ssomers_at_opnet.com>
Date: Tue, 23 Feb 2010 13:14:37 +0100

I don't know how svn log is supposed to work in these cases, since I use
TortoiseSVN for browsing. But it seems to me that the difference between
case (3) and (5) is inconsistent.

> Is there a simple method for revealing the revisions at which a
> path or object is deleted on the command line

I sort of asked the same thing many months ago. The reasonable answer
was: no, and you don't need it. Don't delete a branch if you might still
want to have a look at it. Instead rename or move it. It's still a
delete of course, but you can find that delete by going down from HEAD
through its new name.

Received on 2010-02-23 13:15:14 CET

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