On Mon, Mar 17, 2008 at 10:53 PM, Benjamin Smith-Mannschott <
> On Mar 17, 2008, at 22:00, Robert William Vesterman wrote:
>> I have a file, let's say blah.txt, which contains a line that's something
>> In some previous versions of the file, it had different numbers there.
>> Maybe in one version, it was:
>> And in another:
>> I would like to find out all values that it has ever had. Obviously I can
>> use "svn log" to find all revisions at which the file was changed, and then
>> do "svn diff -r N:M" for each successive pair. However, due to the number
>> of revisions, this would be somewhat of a pain.
>> So, what I would like is an easy way to automatically show all changes
>> ever on this file. I could then feed it to grep to get exactly what I want.
>> So, something like:
>> svn diffForEverySuccessiveRevision blah.txt | grep xyz
>> I could write a script to do this, based off of the "svn log" / "svn diff
>> -r N:M" method mentioned above, but I am hoping that there is already an
>> existing easy way to do it.
>> Thanks in advance for any help.
> This won't be much help, but maybe it'll jog someone elses memory:
> I recall reading (a few months back, somewhere on the internet) about a
> python script which did a sort of extended "svn blame", showing each version
> of every line back to the first revision of the file. Problem is, I can't
> remember what the script was called or where I read about it. Maybe someone
> else has better memory than I.
The script I was thinking of back then has been found (on another thread) by
On Mon, Dec 1, 2008 at 5:41 AM, Mark Eichin <eichin_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> is the tool I was talking about (didn't have a chance to dig it up
> from my phone when I first responded.)
// Ben Smith-Mannschott
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