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Re: svn:mergeinfo question

Author steveking
Full name Stefan K√ľng
Date 2011-04-07 10:09:44 PDT
Message On 07.04.2011 17:48, Robert Dailey wrote:
> Right now if there is a repository that is subject to constant branch
> integration, updates/commits involve a ton of "property only" changes
> that only consist of a svn:mergeinfo property change. When you have
> thousands of files that are svn:mergeinfo only, it really convolutes the
> changelog and makes it hard to find the files that actually have
> relevant changes.
>
> Are there any remedies for this? If not, are there any plans to address
> this?

The log in 1.7 can show where the changes are in the modified paths
(content or properties). But only if the server is 1.7 too.

Stefan

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svn:mergeinfo question

Author void_pointer
Full name Robert Dailey
Date 2011-04-07 09:05:51 PDT
Message Right now if there is a repository that is subject to constant branch
integration, updates/commits involve a ton of "property only" changes that
only consist of a svn:mergeinfo property change. When you have thousands of
files that are svn:mergeinfo only, it really convolutes the changelog and
makes it hard to find the files that actually have relevant changes.

Are there any remedies for this? If not, are there any plans to address
this?
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