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Re: Placing tag messages in trunk

From: Toby Johnson <toby_at_etjohnson.us>
Date: 2004-06-23 15:57:48 CEST

Michael W Thelen wrote:

>Yeah, /path/to/repos was meant to represent a URL path. I don't know
>much about diff programs on Windows... does TortoiseSVN provide a way to
>do a diff between arbitrary URLs?
Yeah, I'm pretty sure it does and if not there are other decent freeware
diff programs for Windows. I was just hoping for a way from within
Subversion to do it easily.

>It works for me. If it had been just -rN, then it would have failed
>with a "path not found" error (but will work in 1.1, I believe).
>However, -rN:HEAD works because /tags/1.0.2/foo.c does exist in the HEAD
>revision, and Subversion can just follow the log messages back from
OK, I just realized you were doing an "svn log", not "svn diff". I'm
just interested in getting the differences of that one file, from one
tag to another. Sounds like I just need to use a standalone diff tool.

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