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Re: doing a diff between the trunk and a tag

From: John Szakmeister <john_at_szakmeister.net>
Date: 2003-08-20 06:38:03 CEST

On Tuesday 19 August 2003 19:20, Wesley J Landaker wrote:
> Take this tiny example:
> $ svn info
> Path:
> Url: file:///tmp/repos
> Revision: 0
> Node Kind: directory
> Schedule: normal
> $ ls
> branch/ trunk/
> $ ls branch
> tag1/ tag2/
> $ svn diff --old=file:///tmp/repos/branch/tag1
> --new=file:///tmp/repos/branch/tag2
> (that works)
> $ svn diff --old=branch/tag1 --new=branch/tag2
> svn: Incorrect parameters given
> svn: Sorry, svn_client_diff was called in a way that is not yet
> supported.
> svn: do_diff: paths aren't equal!
> (that doesn't work!)

Hmmm. I took another quick look at this, and from the error it implies that
it only supports looking at a different version of the same file. But what
even more strange (in my mind anyways) is that

svn diff branch/tag1 branch/tag2

gives no output whatsoever. This implies to me that the command found nothing
different between the branches, which is clearly a bug. It should either
throw up the same error it did with the --old/--new or it should complain
that branch/tag1 and branch/tag2 are not URLs (since usage 3 suggests that
typing the targets in this way implies usage 3).

I did a quick look through the issue tracker and don't see this listed.
Perhaps this one should get listed?


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Received on Wed Aug 20 06:36:55 2003

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