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Re: [TSVN] Feature request: Diffing revisions with working copy ....

From: Matt Doran <matt.doran_at_papercut.biz>
Date: 2005-08-12 01:12:03 CEST

SteveKing wrote:

> Matt Doran wrote:
>> FR2: In the log window when you right-click on a file in a modified
>> file from a previous revision, it would be good if you could diff
>> this against the working copy. I guess in my case, I'd really want
>> to diff the WC against the version of the file prior to the change
>> (i.e REV-1) ... and I think this would be the common case.
> We once had the "show differences" command do the diff from rev-1 to
> the wc, but that was not what people expected (they clicked on rev,
> not rev-1).
I think it would be nice to have .... maybe we could call it "Compare
with Working Copy" like other places in the UI. That would make it
obvious what it's doing.

I agree that the default the "Compare Differences" should show the
change that occurred in that revision, but the other option would be handy.

>> FR3: Would it be possible to make the revision diff functionality
>> use the external diff tool? It would mean still popping up the list
>> of changed files, but when double-clicking the file, it would use
>> the external diff tool. This would be great.
> Can you please try a nightly build? I can't reproduce this with HEAD.
I just install the nightly (Build 4121) .. and it still happens.

I just noticed that if I choose 2 revisions and choose "Compare
Revisions" it works fine (file list window appears and double-clicking
opens the external diff tool).

If I choose a single revision and select, "Compare with working copy"
... then the built-in diff tool is opened.


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Received on Fri Aug 12 01:12:29 2005

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