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Re: History of erased file

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2002-12-10 14:33:24 CET

"Roman Rytov" <rrytov@entopia.com> writes:

> I had a file called a.txt which I renamed it to b.txt. Looking at
> history of b.txt I see that it hails from a.txt and all history belonged
> to a.txt obviously transferred to (b.txt)'s history. But since there is
> no file a.txt anymore is it possible to figure out somehow where a.txt
> became b.txt?

Run 'svn log b.txt --verbose'. You will see the history of b, traced
back all the way through a's history as well (as you've noticed.) But
the --verbose (-v) switch also shows which files were changed in each
revision. In the revision where the copy happened, you'll see an
"added" b.txt with a description of its copy source next to it.

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