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Re: svn blame a specific revision

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-11-03 21:27:22 CET

Jason Rust <jrust@rustyparts.com> writes:
> Trying to incorporate the svn blame feature into Horde's chora. I'm
> getting unexpected results when doing:
> # svn blame --revision X file
> My expectation is that it would return the file as it was at revision X
> with the blame info alongside it. Instead it shows the HEAD version
> of the file, seemingly ignoring the revision arg. Oddly, when I do
> this:
> # svn blame --revision X:X file
> it shows revision X of the file, but the blame info is wrong. It shows
> every line as coming from revision X even though there are several lines
> from past revisions. Am I running the command wrong or are these known
> features?
> Using svn, version 0.32.1 (r7505)

For now, you want 'svn blame -r1:X file'.

This was discussed today, coincidentally, and John Szakmeister is
coming up with a patch to make it behave as expected.


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