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Re: How to get a batchcopy of files changed between two revisions (on windows)

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-06-17 23:18:40 CEST

Volker Voßkämper <volker.vosskaemper@cenote.de> writes:

> Wow, that's a good startingpoint !!! Thank you.
> But
> svn log -v -r17:HEAD
> show a file that is changed in rev 17 too (File-D AND File-A)
> and
> svn merge --dry-run -r17:HEAD
> only shows the file File-D
> OK, I can use (rev - 1) but maybe it's important to know.
> (I don't understand why merging from rev 17 don't include files that
> are changed in 17

'svn log -v -r X' will show a list of changes between X-1 and X. It's
the "changeset" that was applied to create revision X.

But 'svn merge -r X:Y' means:

"Describe how to change tree X into tree Y".

So it won't show you the changes that happened between X-1 and X.

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