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show log for branched files in TortoiseBlame

From: Martin Strauß <martin_at_clan-strauss.de>
Date: Fri, 14 Jan 2011 11:07:35 +0100

I observed an unexpected behaviour of the "show log" function of

If in TortoiseBlame a file:rev is opened which has been branched
before and one executes "show log" with a right click on a line which
has been modified/added in a revision before the branch, then the log
shows only the "initial checkin" of the file.
I would have expected it shows at least the revision that has been
selected with the right click, propably even some revisisons before or
I assume this might be a bug.

If I then deactivate "Stop on copy/rename" for the resulting log all
revisions for the file are chown (expected behaviour),
if I reactivate "Stop on copy/rename" afterwards only the branched
revisions are shown.
Even so the initial flag status is reached the displayed revisions are
It is not possible to reach the initial state of the log messages
Window again by toggling flags,
which is at least for me unexpected.
Reason might be that TortoiseProc is called with the path of the
branched file and revision numbers startrev pegrev before the branch,
if TortoiseProc is called on the commandline with the pegrev set to
the revision of the file in TortoiseBlame the result seems
to be more consistent.

I use
TortoiseSVN 1.6.12, Build 20536 - 64 Bit

Martin Strauß


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