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Re: Resolution of 'svn diff' change?

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-05-19 18:56:42 CEST

cmpilato@collab.net writes:

> Ben seemed convinced, but asked for those two usage messages. Here
> they are:
> $ svn help compare
> compare (cmp): display the differences between two paths.
> usage: 1. compare [-r N[:M]] [TARGET]
> 2. compare TARGET1[@N] TARGET2[@M]
> Display the differences between two targets (one of which may be implied)
> in a format suitable for use with most 'patch' programs.
> 1. In the first syntax, TARGET is either a working copy path
> or URL. If no TARGET is specified, a value of '.' is assumed.
> Use the -r option to specify revision ranges -- if TARGET is a
> URL, this defaults to HEAD:PREV; if TARGET is a working copy
> path, the default is to display local modifications.
> 2. If the alternate syntax is used, TARGET1 and TARGET2
> (perhaps at specified revisions N and M, respectively) will
> be compared against each other.

I should also note that we could lose the '@'-syntax stuff and use
-rN:M in the second form, though I think this is less intuitive than
using the @'s.

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