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log across copies?

From: <rickla1_at_cox.net>
Date: 2004-07-29 17:40:41 CEST

IF I do an svn log on a file I only see the history for the copy/branch I am in, not others.

I am using eclipse and with cvs, the history command shows me all changes to a file so I can see what is happening on a timeline in the trunk and elsewhere, not just my changes. In fact my changes are the last thing I need to know about usually!

So I am missing this in svn. I tried to see if files had internal oid's I could find and search on, but no luck.

With svn, since a file can literally move around, be renamed etc, how do you see these kinds of things across the whole history? I must be missing something.


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Received on Thu Jul 29 17:41:08 2004

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