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doing a diff to HEAD without using the log

From: Roel Vanhout <roel_at_riks.nl>
Date: 2006-03-22 13:38:59 CET

Hi,

When doing a diff, the file being diff'ed is compared to the revision
that was last checked out for that file. If I wanted to see the changes
that have been made to the file in the repository, on the command-line
I'd do
svn diff -r HEAD file.cpp

Is there a way to do that with tsvn? Ideally, I'd like to have two
entries in my right-click menu: one 'diff' which would diff against the
latest version of which you have done an 'update', and one 'diff to
HEAD' that would diff against the latest version of the file as it is
currently in the repository. A the moment I do 'show log', select the
latest version, and select 'compare with working copy', but that can
take a time for files with lots of revisions. Thanks.

cheers,

roel

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