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Re: using blame

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 31 Jan 2009 08:40:34 +0100

Eddy Quicksall wrote:
> I was trying out blame from the Repository Browser to track some
> changes. One of the lines shows it was changed at rev 3320. So I used
> blame again and selected 3320 as “to” revision. It said there was no
> such file for 3320.
> So I went to command mode and typed svn blame –r 3320 prog.c and that
> worked.

svn blame -r XXX file
means blame from XXX to HEAD.
svn blame -r1:XXX file
if you want to do the same as you did with TSVN.

Also, the "To" revision means "up to but not including". If you blame a
file from r1 to r5, then only the changes between r1-r2, r2-r3, r3-r4
and r4-r5 are shown. But if the file was added in r5, you won't get a blame.


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