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Re: [feature request] svn grep -r2:5 "a_word" filename1 filename2 folder3

From: Erik Huelsmann <e.huelsmann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2004-02-29 15:35:32 CET


Have you looked at the possibilities 'svn blame' (alias 'svn annotate' or
'svn praise' :-) offers to solve this problem? It lists the lines in your
source and tells you in which revision they were last edited and by whom.



> Hi,
> Sometimes it's hard to find out -when- a certain modification was
> made to a file just by looking at the logfiles.
> for example you may want to know when a certain function
> was introduced. in this case you could 'grep' through revisions and
> find the first occourence (or backwards, the 'first disappearing').
> So, I'd like to see some sort of "grep" command which also works
> among revisions or on diffs (server side).
> ofcourse one could do the grep at client-side by updating or diff-ing
> revision by revision -- but this would be very slow on large
> repositories when using a slow internet connection.

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