|Title:||fossil timeline -n limits by number of printed lines rather than number of entries|
|Last Modified:||2010-11-26 04:23:30|
|Version Found In:||f88368742d|
The print_timeline function in src/timeline.c limits by number of printed lines, but according to the documentation in "fossil help timeline" the -n flag should limit by the number of check-ins.
fossil new bugdemo.fossil ; mkdir bugdemo ; cd bugdemo ; fossil open ../bugdemo.fossil ; touch one.txt ; fossil add one.txt ; fossil commit -m "Added first file." one.txt ; touch two.txt ; fossil add two.txt ; fossil commit -m "Added second file with a nice long commit message - well, at least long enough that displaying it via 'fossil timeline' will cause a line wrap." two.txt
Now "fossil timeline -n 3" will only display one commit. "fossil timeline -n 4" will display two.
- bugfix.patch [download] added by anonymous on 2010-11-26 04:29:43. [details]