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odie

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Queries on Log
« on: April 29, 2009, 08:59:09 am »
Hi, developers,

I was wondering if one of you could help me with the logs of the SVN revisions.

I have come across this Logs Link of UFOAI.

But i notice that it keeps only the latest 20 logs / revisions notes.
If i wish to trace earlier logs without going thru the wait @ TSVN, where can i view them at pls??

Scenario: Monday to Friday tracking SVN. Then off i go for wkend, and come Monday, WHOOPS! 127 revisions. Only 20 revisions' logs are reflected at link. How to i see the past 107 revisions?

:)

Thanks again!

Offline Mattn

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Re: Queries on Log
« Reply #1 on: April 29, 2009, 07:25:40 pm »
only with your svn client (tortoise in your case - if you use a console client, type svn log -rXXX:YYY

odie

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Re: Queries on Log
« Reply #2 on: April 30, 2009, 04:28:27 am »
only with your svn client (tortoise in your case - if you use a console client, type svn log -rXXX:YYY

Hi Mattn,

Could i clarify a couple of things:
1) I type that command
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svn log -rXXX:YYY in the dos console?
2) And
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XXX:YYY, may i know what is that pls? Revision nos as in
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svn log -r24273:???3) The YYY is??? The XXX is???

Thanks. :)

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Re: Queries on Log
« Reply #3 on: April 30, 2009, 10:32:41 am »
1) I type that command
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svn log -rXXX:YYY in the dos console?

Yes. (If you have command-line svn client - dunno if TSVN have cli tools...)

2) And
Code: [Select]
XXX:YYY, may i know what is that pls? Revision nos as in
Code: [Select]
svn log -r24273:???3) The YYY is??? The XXX is???

revisionFrom:revisionTo
for to maybe HEAD can be used too

-geever

odie

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Re: Queries on Log
« Reply #4 on: May 13, 2009, 11:46:46 am »
Yes. (If you have command-line svn client - dunno if TSVN have cli tools...)

revisionFrom:revisionTo
for to maybe HEAD can be used too

-geever

Ah, finally resolved the CB issue, and can come back and check on this.....

I tried the command line, geever - it does not work. lol.

Or am i doing from the wrong console?? (I am doing this in dos console tat is..... :P)

I still haven found the most efficient way, except to use TSVN revision logs load.... which is uber long...... haha

ralthor

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Re: Queries on Log
« Reply #5 on: May 15, 2009, 05:34:46 am »
I don't think TortoiseSVN has a command line interface.

If you are using TortoiseSVN just right click on the UFOAI directory goto TortoiseSVN and then choose Show Log.

That will show you the most recent 100 revisions (and the revision you currently have is in bold).

If you need to see more there is a button in the bottom left that says, "Next 100" 
There is also a Show Range button that will let you show all the revisions or specify a range  (i.e. 23000 - 24000)

odie

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Re: Queries on Log
« Reply #6 on: May 15, 2009, 06:32:27 pm »
I don't think TortoiseSVN has a command line interface.

If you are using TortoiseSVN just right click on the UFOAI directory goto TortoiseSVN and then choose Show Log.

That will show you the most recent 100 revisions (and the revision you currently have is in bold).

If you need to see more there is a button in the bottom left that says, "Next 100" 
There is also a Show Range button that will let you show all the revisions or specify a range  (i.e. 23000 - 24000)

Yupz, thanks ralthor. I knew this already.... :) Just find it a very lengthy process to wait for it to load..... Nvm, thanks! :)