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Difference from a previous version/revision?

From: Edwin <edwintai_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 23 Aug 2010 20:24:08 -0700 (PDT)

Hello~I want to tell the difference between "Difference from a
previous revision" and "Difference from a previous version" usage.I
copied from document as below
My questions is when do we use "Difference from a previous version"?It
would be used very often so it puts in context menu.But,I saw those
discussion in previous subject is use "Difference from a previous
I think it's different about revision and version.
if it is possible put "Difference from a previous revision" in the
context menu?
Thanks for help.

If you want to see the difference between a particular revision and
your working copy, use the Revision Log dialog, select the revision of
interest, then select Compare with working copy from the context

If you want to see the difference between the last committed revision
and your working copy, assuming that the working copy hasn't been
modified, just right click on the file. Then select TortoiseSVN → Diff
with previous version. This will perform a diff between the revision
before the last-commit-date (as recorded in your working copy) and the
working BASE. This shows you the last change made to that file to
bring it to the state you now see in your working copy. It will not
show changes newer than your working copy.


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