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Re: How to trace back a modify history of single file?

From: Diviner <cmchan_at_equityunderwriters.com.hk>
Date: 2005-02-18 08:33:24 CET

Ben Collins-Sussman,

No, I should apologize to you for my bad english. So let me explain more
details in different way.

Let's say Project leader named Tom and also as a SVN login name. And
some others programmers
such as John, Peter, David. They are all project team's member.

Our workflow is that, Tom splits a project to several modules and put
each module into separate
branch. Then distributes branch to certain programmer, such as Module1
for John, Module 2 for
Peter, and so forth. After programm done his module, Tom double checks
his module code from
the related branch and do a brief test. If there is ok, Tom merge this
branch to trunk.

After the days, Tom find that a file has an error. He want to find out
the programmer who write
the code to fix it off. But if Tom check the "change log" from trunk,
all files is changed by Tom
because all the files in trunk is updated (merge & commit) by Tom
himself. That is the main problem
what I am meeting now. It is hard to find out the Real Developer of the
code in a lot of Branches.

--
Best regards,
Diviner.
> I apologize... I don't understand what you're trying to do. Maybe you
> can explain in a different way, or with a detailed example.
>
>
> On Feb 17, 2005, at 7:50 PM, Diviner wrote:
>
>> Ben Collins-Sussman,
>>
>> It is a lot of branch there, so it is difficult to check each branch for
>> a file.
>>
>> -- 
>> Best regards,
>> Diviner.
>>
>>>
>>> On Feb 17, 2005, at 2:12 AM, 柱民 wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hi all,
>>>>
>>>> Our workflow on SVN is that, lets developers work on a branch. After
>>>> a brief testing or screening by senior developer, then merge the
>>>> branch
>>>> to trunk by senior developer.
>>>>
>>>> The problem is that it is hard to trace back which developers is
>>>> involved
>>>> in particular file before and is involved in which branch.
>>>>
>>>> How to check it out?
>>>>
>>>
>>> Run 'svn log' on different branches? That will show you who committed
>>> what, and where, and when.
>>>
>>>
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