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Re: Is there a way to get a detailed listing of what has changed in a project before doing an update?

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 4 Dec 2012 15:33:38 +0000

On 4 December 2012 14:51, Mary Cappello <mcappello_at_simplisticsystems.net> wrote:
> I’m new to the forum, and was not able to find an answer to my question by
> searching.
> I need to know if there is a way to get a detailed list of what has been
> changed (files list) prior to doing an actual update?

TSVN->Show Log for the folder. The current update state of your
working copy is indicated by a line in bold and anything above that
represents changes made since your last update. If you bulk select all
the rows above the bold one, the file list in the bottom pane shows
every changed file in all those revisions. If you double-click on a
file in the bottom pane you will see the total diff between your
working copy BASE revision (i.e. what you last updated to without any
changes) and repository HEAD.


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