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Re: How do I capture a list of all changes between a working copy and old rev?

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-08-13 18:37:01 CEST

Cliff Hirsch wrote:
> I used compare with working copy in the log window, which gave me a list
> of changed files that can then be displayed in TortoiseMerge. But how do
> I print/capture this file list and associated diff? I don’t see any way
> to print the changed files other than writing them by hand. And I don’t
> see any way to view the changes other than file by file. Is the diff or
> file list stored locally? Suggestions?

Select the HEAD and another revision in the log dialog (Ctrl-click).
Then you can "compare revisions", where a diff dialog is shown with all
the changed files. Select all those files, hit Ctrl-C and you have the
list of files in your clipboard, ready to be pasted in any text editor
you like.

Stefan

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