On Thursday 13 December 2007 13:18, Jens Seidel wrote: > No, this isn't true.To be honest I missed this in the past as well so it > seems not very intuitive (??) but it is indeed very simple: > Just click on the revision number (second column) of a directory in a view > such as http://svn.debian.org/viewsvn/pkg-games/packages/trunk/. That's > all! Ah, okay. But it is different for directories, compare these two: http://svn.debian.org/wsvn/pkg-games/packages/trunk/?op=log http://svn.debian.org/viewsvn/pkg-games/packages/trunk/?view=log WebSVN shows the log messages of all items below packages/trunk/ whereas ViewVC only shows the log messages of commits that affected packages/trunk/ directly. The advantage of how WebSVN shows those logs is in my POV that one can get a quick overview of the latest changes in a specific directory. In ViewCV you have to examine every single file to see what was recently changed. Or am I wrong about this again? :) Grüße, Frank -- Anmut bringen wir ins Leben; Leget Anmut in das Geben.
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