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Re: How to find out the rev number where a file was deleted?

From: Les Mikesell <lesmikesell_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 01 Dec 2010 07:52:17 -0600

On 12/1/10 5:30 AM, Andrey Repin wrote:
>> What database operation is fast when it has to follow recursive
>> self-references in the same table?
> SELECT operation, even on a multitude of arguments, is relatively fast.
> Hell, even UNION JOIN over a NetFlow data is just about a few seconds.

You miss the point that you have to join the table with another field in the
same table. This is not going to be fast.

> Nota a concern. Mainline go on and at some point die (if at all), giving all
> sort of hints, as to where to look further, in process.

It might. Or a file could be moved in every revision.

>>>> svn log -r 0:head file://${HOME}/trash/repo/foo_at_3
>> It only looks in head because that command asks it for the history of
>> head.
> No.
> Really, I see this as pointless discussion. You absolutely don't hear my
> arguments.

Same from this side...

> P.S.
> Please don't use "reply to all" in reply to my posts. It's not a big problem
> deleting a few more messages from my inbox, still it's disturbing.
> TIA.

That's the way mailing lists have always worked. Unless the Reply-To: header is
set to go back to the list, you have to use reply-all to get one to go to the
list. This list doesn't set it, but you can set it yourself if you want to
control where replies go.

   Les Mikesell
Received on 2010-12-01 14:52:57 CET

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