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[TSVN] user question: reviewing changes made on a branch

From: Michael Colefax <MichaelCo_at_resmed.com.au>
Date: 2005-03-08 05:34:41 CET

This question concerns using Tortoise to review development that has
occurred on a branch.

Typically I need to review all the changes made on a branch before merging
to the main trunk. I am looking for an efficient method to do this.

For example, "show log" displays a list of all revisions on the branch.
Selecting any individual revision displays a list of modified sources in the
bottom window. By right clicking on any of these sources I can view the

This is great! However a branch might span many revisions, and this method
only allows for review of changes on a single revision at a time.

Is there a way to get all the modified sources (across multiple revisions)
displayed at once in the bottom window?

Or is there an alternative command I can use to get this effect?

Kind regards,
Michael Colefax

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