Re: Comparing a file in two branches
> Hi guys,
> I'm new to SVN and have downloaded TortoiseSVN 1.5.0. I have a n00b question
> - apologies if it's obvious! How can I compare different branches of the
> same file, e.g. see what differences there are between
> trunk/some/random/file and branches/my_branch/some/random/file? The best
> I've found is to use the repo browser to navigate to trunk/some/random and
> mark it for comparison, then navigate to branches/my_branch/some/random and
> compare the directories, see whether the file is in the list of changed
> files at all, and then select it if it is. That's barely usable, so I'm sure
> I'm missing something! We're trying to migrate from PVCS, where you would
> simply navigate to the file and then select the two revisions.
Show the revisioin graph for that file.
Then select the two branches, right-click.
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Received on 2008-06-25 19:26:16 CEST
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