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Re: COMMITTED supported?

From: Dmitri Priimak <priimak_at_stanford.edu>
Date: 2003-08-24 18:41:09 CEST

Tobias Ringström wrote:
> Dmitri Priimak wrote:
>> I guess I misunderstood how it works. What I am trying to accomplish is.
>> Let say I want to see diff of the last commit vs. commit before the
>> last one of file so I say 'svn diff -r PREV:COMMITTED myfile.c' I
>> understand that it suppose to do the same as 'svn diff -r PREV:HEAD
>> myfile.c' or just plain 'svn diff -r PREV myfile.c'. If I don't have
>> my WC then I should use PREV:HEAD with URL to a file or a part of
>> repository. Anyway.
>> PREV:COMMITTED should work or not? And what are those supported
>> functions with COMMITTED?
> Perhaps 'svn diff -r PREV:BASE file.c' is what you're looking for?
> /Tobias
May be, but isn't PREV:COMMITTED should work?

Dmitri Priimak
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