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Re: finishing `svn diff': two ways to do it

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2001-10-11 23:21:21 CEST

Matt Kraai <kraai@alumni.carnegiemellon.edu> writes:
> So `svn diff foo.c' and `svn diff -r 17 foo.c' produce a patch
> which, when applied to revision 17, would transform it into the
> working copy, whereas `svn diff -r 20 foo.c' and
> `svn diff -r 5 foo.c' produce patches that would transform the
> working copy into revision 20 and revision 5, respectively?
>
> This seems needlessly bizarre. Why not follow CVS, which always
> produces a patch which changes into the working copy when zero or
> one revision is specified?

Yup; I just had it backwards, see my response just now to Greg Hudson.
I agree, let's default the same way CVS does.

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