Re: Comparing previous revisions on newly created branches
Hans-Emil Skogh wrote:
> I'm having problems to get a unified diff from the revision where
> I created a new branch.
> I'm running TortoiseSVN 1.6.99, Build 16348 - 32 Bit -dev, 2009/05/10
> I did some modifications to my working copy. Then I decided this change
> would have to be developed on a branch, and created a new branch
> directly from my working copy.
> Now if I open the log dialog and selects the revision that the branch
> was created "Show changes as unified diff" and "Compare with previous
> revision" both fails with the following error message:
> was not found in the repository at revision 2135
> The branch was created in revision 2136.
> It looks like TSVN does not handle the copy-information correctly. Would
> it be possible for TSVN to take the different URLs into consideration
> when creating the unified diff?
> (The commands work as expected on all other revisions, it is only for
> the revision where the top folder has a "Copy from path" that they fail.)
The problem is not the 'copyfrom' but the fact that you created the
branch/tag from your working copy. You can try with the CL client - it
doesn't work either. I've tried with every combination of revisions and
peg revisions - it doesn't work if you only know the url of the branch.
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Received on 2009-05-18 18:30:38 CEST
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