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[TSVN] Re: SV: Re: Two suggestions

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_blazepoint.co.uk>
Date: 2004-10-22 10:33:43 CEST

"Nathan Creek" wrote
> To determine this at the moment I use the Show Log button, or Show Log
> on the specific file i'm wondering about, but i have no way to know
> revision the file was at before the update, so i can't accurately tell
> the changes that have been made by the update.

If you click on Show Log in the update dialog, it lists (I think) all
the commits made since you last updated, plus one. So if you update your
WC, then other people make 3 commits, then you update again, the show
log will list 4 items.

If you want to know the revision of your WC, you can get that _before_
you update by looking at the TSVN tab in explorer properties for the
folder. Of course that info is lost once you do the update.

Would it be sufficient if the update dialog listed the WC revision
before update? Of course if you have mixed revisions it will not see
that without crawling through the entire WC, which would not be a good


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