jonathan at utahpython.org
Thu Sep 6 14:36:12 MDT 2007
On 9/6/07, Alec Shaw <shaw.alec at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> 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.
Ah, I understand now. What you are seeing is that svn log on a
working copy only shows log revisions up to the revision the checkout
is at. (You can see how this can be useful if you think about it.)
Just "svn up" and log on your wc will show the "missing" revisions.
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