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Re: Working Revision Number

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2007-07-23 22:33:40 CEST

On 23/07/07, Anthony <tortoisesvn@gray-team.com> wrote:
> > Check for Modifications.
> >
> > Showlog won't do it as it gets the latest version from
> >the repository.
> Right. I just realized Show log won't work because a
> directory can have files with different revs. I guess I
> was just thinking on the file level. Instead of having to
> use the "check for mod" on that file and then using the
> show log to see what changed. In this case, the show log
> would do both, show what rev it is on (by highlight or
> mark) and newer commits (if any). Is it useful to have a
> feature like this on files only and not directories in the
> show log?

Check for mods for the top-level directory and then click on the check
repo button. You can then see local and remote changes for all files
in the WC. Double click a file to diff it.


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