subversion questions

Alec Shaw shaw.alec at gmail.com
Thu Sep 6 14:30:03 MDT 2007


Jonathan Ellis wrote:
> On 9/6/07, Alec Shaw <shaw.alec at gmail.com> wrote:
>   
>> I have a subversion repository /repository with 2 sub directories for
>> different projects
>> (/repository/project1 and /repository/project2).
>> 1)  How can I list the names (paths) of the branches that have been
>> created for each of the
>> projects?
>>     
>
> svn ls
>   
Thanks.  "svn ls file:///repository/project1/branches" works nicely.
>> 2) If I do "svn log" in checkout directory I do not get a list of all
>> the revisions (only old revisions)
>>    but if I do "snv log file:///repository/project1/branches/xxx" I get
>> them all.  Why the difference?
>>     
>
> I don't understand what you mean by "old revisions."
>
>   
I checked out a branch and then made changes and committed them.  When I 
do "svn log" I only see
the revisions, I think, were made prior to the checkout.

Thanks
Alec




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