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Re: Diff+blame with Tortoise command line

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2008 20:42:12 +0100

sverhagen wrote:
> Hi. I've looked for this on Nabble and using Google. Sorry if I'm asking
> after the obvious.
> I want to use TortoiseSVN's command line to get a blame'd diff of two
> revisions. I know how to do blame that way, and how to do diff. But I would
> not know how to do the combination of those two from the command line, while
> I see Tortoise doing it when I choose it from the GUI. Would you be so nice
> as to help me?

svn blame file -rREV1 > blame1
svn blame file -rREV2 > blame2
svn diff blame1 blame2

Well, at least you get the idea. The last diff won't work of course,
because it doesn't take two local files.


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