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Re: Question on diff on "non-existant" files

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-07-30 16:57:19 CEST

Andy Buchanan <Andy.Buchanan@artworks.co.uk> writes:

> 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.

(Btw, next time please post questions like this to the 'users' list.)

'svn log' operates on a URL. If you don't specify a URL, it will just
use the URL of '.'

Therefore, when you run 'svn log -r73', you're specifying a set of
coordinates that don't exist: (73, branchURL). Instead, you need to
type 'svn log -r73 trunkURL'.

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