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RE: Idea: Show, when was a certain line in file changed

From: David Balažic <david.balazic_at_comtrade.com>
Date: Mon, 20 Jun 2011 15:24:30 +0200

Nicolas Goutte :
> Am 20.06.2011 um 10:53 schrieb David Balažic:
> [...]
> > In work, there are situation when one would like to find
> out in what
> > revision
> > was a certain line in a file changed.
> > Now I do this by going to the log and diff-ing revisions, until I
> > find the change.
> >
> > This looks related to the blame function.
> [...]
> I am not sure to understand your problem.
> When you use 'blame' on a file, you get left of the code the
> revision
> number. if you move the mouse over the revision number, you a short
> log of the revision, including the date/time.
> So what would you miss in the blame output?

You're right. Blame has this information.

I wrote this email days after I (thought I did) needed "this" new feature.
It might have been a different situation.

Maybe a log of the changes to a certain line?

Sorry for the confusion.



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