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Re: How to diff file within working copy based on branch against trunc?

From: Peter McNab <mcnab_p_at_melbpc.org.au>
Date: 2006-04-21 11:05:02 CEST

Stefan Küng wrote:
> On 4/21/06, Lorenz <lorenznl@yahoo.com> wrote:
>>>> If you see a chance to implement it, but need some more convincing,
>>>> let me know 8-)
>>> That would be like asking if I'd need some torturing before I do it.
>>> So no, I'm not asking for it :)
>> Hm, rereading your reply I'm not sure if it means:
>> a) I've convinced you already and you will implement it sooner or
>> later
>> b) you won't implement it, and I should not bother you any more
>> c) you made no statement about the topic, but responded to my "joke"
>> only.
>> So should I just sit and wait (eagerly checking the nightly 8-)
>> or better start with scripting my workaround?
> I'd start working on your workaround.
> While I can see the benefits of such a feature, I also see that yet
> another context menu entry will make it even harder to find the right
> one. That menu already is overcrowded as it is. Which means for me
> that in the near future I won't add this feature. Maybe when I come up
> with another approach...
> Stefan
In reality, because Subversion's branching is so cheap in terms of repos
size, if you really need to do this a lot, then it's valid to create
another branch and check the files into that so you can do the diffing
and trial merging between versioned files. When you have finished with
the branch you might benefit from SVN deleting it too.
I like to kill off branches that have served their purpose to reduce the
chance of accidentally checking out superseded code and wasting time
messing with it.


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Received on Fri Apr 21 11:05:19 2006

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