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Question on diff on "non-existant" files

From: Andy Buchanan <Andy.Buchanan_at_artworks.co.uk>
Date: 2003-07-30 13:57:25 CEST

Hi all, I'm wondering why I can't retrieve a log of diff on file versions
that don't exist in my branch.



Say I branch at rev 125, if I do log on the whole directory maybe I see a
change I want to examine.


Revision 73: Added some change I'm interested in

Revision 72: Version prior to the change.


If I try to get a log or diff on these specific versions I get a 404 not
found error.


Maybe I'm mad but this seems like a reasonable request to me, having to go
locate the

actual real branch where the change was made and diff/log by URL seems a
little burden-some.

Okay it's not outrageous, but it's more typing :-)


What have I missed?


(BTW this is of course with the commandline "svn" on windows v0.25 )



Andy Buchanan

Senior Programmer

Computer Artworks

Received on Wed Jul 30 13:58:23 2003

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