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Re: Determining revision number/date based on code

From: fonitzu <no_spam_at_fonitzu.com>
Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2017 15:00:03 +0200

Blame is your friend (it helps blaming others or ... ehem .. :) )

Right click on file, select Blame.


On 28.03.2017 11:53, Amine Aboufirass wrote:
> I have a large third party program which makes use of TortoiseSVN to manage its repository. There is a particular subroutine in one of the project files that I would like to obtain more information about.
> I have become a little familiar with the TortoiseSVN interface, but I'm not sure of the right way to go about this. I would like to determine the revision number and date in which this particular subroutine has been added/modified.
> It is difficult to sift through all instances of the project file itself since there are many corresponding to the multitude of branches to the trunk project. Going through each of them and running down the list of changes is simply not practical.
> Any ideas? Thanks.
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