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Re: how to search body of all revisions?

From: Wolf Peuker <peu_at_rekoba.de>
Date: Wed, 20 Jan 2010 10:35:16 +0100

Am 19.01.2010 15:39, schrieb saurabh kumar:
> Hi,
> A coder apparently overwrote some piece of code and then future revisions naturally did not have that piece of code.
> I need to find which revision had that piece of text.
> Is there a way I can search across all revisions to find that piece of text for a given file in my repository?
You could search only the diffs in reverse chronological order, there
should be the text you are looking for. This consumes less space than a
full dump. Maybe you can set up a seach engine.



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