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file level edit information

From: Reagan Penner <rpenner_at_cs.usask.ca>
Date: 2004-03-17 20:59:02 CET

Hello there, I am new to subversion. I have been using cvs for years and
so am use to being able to get edit information on each commit that
happens to a file. I would like to know if this is possible with
subversion. For example, I can do a svn log file.c -r 5 and see all the
files that were changed at this revision and the author who committed
them but the lines number I assume belongs to the overall revision and
not the file that I issued the log command on???

Is there a way for me to find out what happened to file.c at revision 5?
I am trying to automate this so it would be nice if I could use the log
command or something like it.

thanks for any help on this topic ............. Reagan Penner

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