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[TSVN] Re: Showing diffs between two revisions

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_blazepoint.co.uk>
Date: 2004-10-12 13:32:36 CEST

<anahata@microrobotics.co.uk> wrote
> Is there an easy way of showing the differences in one file between
> two revisions, as readable highlighted text using the same viewer that
> shows the changes made by just one revision step.

Yes, its already there in the 1.1.0 release. Show log for the single
file, select any 2 revs, right click and select show diffs.

> In the "Show Log" list, when I highlight exactly two revisions I can
> a unified diff between those two revisions by right clicking on the
> pane of the log window. This isn't easy to read, especially when
> several files were changed and the changes were complex.

Either you are using an older version, or you are showing the log for a

> In the bottom window, if I then right click on a file name and select
> "Show Differences" I'd expect to see the differences in that file
> between the two selected revisions. Instead I get the differences that
> were made in the earlier of the two revisions selected above.

The bottom pane shows the files which changed in one particular rev, and
looking at the differences will reveal the changes made in that one rev

I think if multiple revs are selected, the middle and lower panes should
be blank, because it is unclear which of the selected revs they apply
to, so maybe this is a bug.


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