I came to a project that didn't have the standard svn layout (trunk/tags/branches) so I created it then moved the code to trunk.
Now when I do svn log on any of the files I only see the commit that moved the code to trunk.
If I use the command line I can see that svn log my.properties --stop-on-copy shows the same as IDEA but svn log my.properties shows everything.
I know that normally --stop-on-copy makes sense but in this case it doesn't.
Is there an option to turn it off?
This seems to be the inverse of this old issue in youtrack
Similarly, for performance reasons can we do something like svn log my.properties -l9 to only get the last 9 revisions? (or whatever specified number we want)?