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Re: annotate vs blame

From: Martin Pool <mbp_at_samba.org>
Date: 2002-09-03 06:15:00 CEST

I don't really care what the command is called, but I do have a small
request for whenever it's implemented: please don't put the filename
header at the top.

CVS puts two lines at the top of the file saying something like

Annotations for testcase.py

The most common thing I use vc-annotate for is to map from an error to
the change that caused it. Having all the line numbers be off by two
compared to the real file is annoying. Of course it's trivial to work
around, but since the header doesn't actually do anything useful why
have it?

Please make `svn blame` produce output that corresponds line-for-line
to the real file.

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