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Re: 'svn diff' on A+ file

From: Paul Lussier <pll_at_lanminds.com>
Date: 2003-04-03 18:51:13 CEST

In a message dated: 03 Apr 2003 10:44:36 CST
Ben Collins-Sussman said:

>Then I started making changes to bar.c, and wanted to see them.
>When I run 'svn diff bar.c' [...snip...] I see the entire file contents spewed.
>But I'd really like to see just my local changes.
>One solution would be to tweak our diff logic: if the file is
>schedule-add *with history*, then compare working file vs. text-base,
>as usual. [...snip...]

I like this idea. Since I as the creator of the new file am well
aware that the file was copied from something which already exists
and has it's own history, what I really want to see is the difference
between the most recent incarnation of the file and the most recent
previous incarnation, which just happens to be a file by a different

So, +1 one someone who is only a user :)

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