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SVN::Web::Log - SVN::Web action to show log messages for a repository path
In config.yaml actions: ... log: class: SVN::Web::Log action_menu: show: - file - directory link_text: (view revision log) ...
Shows log messages (in reverse order) for interesting revisions of a given file or directory in the repository.
limit The number of log entries to retrieve. The default is 20. rev The repository revision to start with. The default is the repository's youngest revision.
context Either "directory" or "file". at_head A boolean value, true if the log starts with the most recent revision. at_oldest A boolean value, true if the list of revisions ("revs") includes the oldest revision for this path. isdir A boolean value, true if the given path is a directory. rev The repository revision that the log starts with. revs A list of hashes. Each entry corresponds to a particular repository revision, and has the following keys. rev The repository revision this entry is for. youngest_rev The repository's youngest revision. author The author of this change. date The date of this change, formatted according to "Time and date formatting" in SVN::Web. msg The log message for this change. paths A list of hashes containing information about the paths that were changed with this commit. Each hash key is the path name that was modified with this commit. Each key is a hash ref of extra information about the change to this path. These hash refs have the following keys. action A single letter indicating the action that was carried out on the path. A file was either added "A", modified "M", replaced "R", or deleted "D". copyfrom If the file was copied from another file then this is the path of the source of the copy. copyfromrev If the file was copied from another file then this is the revision of the file that it was copied from. limit The value of the "limit" parameter.
Copyright 2003-2004 by Chia-liang Kao "<firstname.lastname@example.org>". Copyright 2005-2007 by Nik Clayton "<nik@FreeBSD.org>". This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. See <http://www.perl.com/perl/misc/Artistic.html>