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From Ben Reser <...@reser.org>
Subject Re: "svn log --xml -g" doesn't identify a reverse merge but "svn log -g" does
Date Thu, 16 Jan 2014 21:38:02 GMT
On 1/16/14, 12:31 PM, Andrew Reedick wrote:
> I need a sanity check.  Is this an oversight that needs to be corrected, or am I missing
something?  
> 
> Problem:  
> "svn log -g" will explicitly identify a reverse merge, however, when specifying xml output
("svn log -g --xml") no such identification is made.

Yup looks like an oversight.  The nesting already shows that it's a merge and
what revision made the merge.  But we don't show the direction of the merge.

I've coded up a trivial change to add a reverse-merge attribute on the logentry
element in this case.  e.g.
<logentry revision="13" reverse-merge="true">

Once I write a test for it I'll commit it.

Given that it changes the XML output, I probably wouldn't backport this to 1.8.x.

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