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RE: Difference from a previous version/revision?

From: Bob Archer <Bob.Archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Tue, 24 Aug 2010 11:24:18 -0400

> I and my coworkers discussed about the function we use very often
> is
> "diff with a previous revision"

Many times that will show you nothing. Unless the file has a change in every revisions. And if it does, that is what Diff With Previous Version will give you.

You also have the standard diff which will show you what you have changed locally... which is what I/we seem to use most.

You can also use the log, highlight two revision, right click and diff them.

Why do you never use "Diff with previous version"? Isn't that mostly what you want to do? Remember, "previous version" is just the first "previous revision" that is different than the current revision. Seems like that is what you usually would want to do, isn't it?



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