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Re: svn diff --brief

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2004-09-23 21:16:58 CEST

"Ray Johnson" <Rayj@ingenio.com> wrote on 09/23/2004 02:14:23 PM:

> I often need to compare branches to determine what files have changed.
> "svn diff" command basically does this. However, it is somewhat
difficult to
> use that to construct a list of the files that have be modified, added
or deleted.
> It would be really nice if there was a "svn diff -q" or "svn diff
> command akin to the same option in gnu diff. This just reports the
files that
> have changed. So you would get something like:
> svn diff -q http://svn/MyCode/branch/branch23 http://svn/MyCode/trunk
> that would return something like:
> M src/www/index.html
> M src/www/index.html
> A src/www/newproduct.html
> D src/www/help.html

Let's assume that the branch URL is currently checked out to your WC. This
command gives you something like that:

svn merge -r @COPYREV:HEAD http://svn/MyCode/trunk --dry-run

Where @COPYREV is the revision that the branch was created, or last
merged. Of course, if you do not have a WC, you can just add the second
URL to the same command.


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