On Aug 11, 09 12:45:57 +0200, Johannes Meixner wrote:
it does, check
This is mostly useless for me:
jsmeix@nelson:/obs $ osc log openSUSE:Factory cups
shows all entries with "unknown" and "<no message>" but I know
that I explicitely provided messages while I did "osc commit".
Buildservice does not forward commit logs.
$ osc log openSUSE:Factory PKG
you almost always want to run
$ osc meta pkg openSUSE:Factory cups | grep devel
<devel package="PKG" project="BSDEVELPRJ"/>
$ osc log BSDEVELPRJ PKG
In contrast it is crucial to have meningful "osc
when I query whatever package on the server to find out which
revisions are of particular interest regarding a particular issue.
No. You learn where the tar-pits are.
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