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Re: Display log from a tag -> head

From: Ronny T. Lampert <telecaadmin_at_uni.de>
Date: 2005-03-15 15:50:33 CET

>> consider I made a tag of a version into /tags/project-drop3.
>> Now I want to see all changes since THAT tag like
>> #> svn log --from /tags/project-drop3:HEAD or
> logs between two tags." In your case, you'd want to compare -rX:HEAD,
> where X is the revision of trunk where the tag was copied from.
> http://svn.collab.net/repos/svn/trunk/doc/user/cvs-crossover-guide.html

Thanks for the fast answer, but that method is the one I knew and wanted to
avoid, because it's not "simple" :-)

So how about introducing a short-cut-command?

It would retrieve the last revision from the tag/branch/... and then do a
log -r <last_from_branch>:HEAD.

Maybe for 1.2 ? I'd fill in the feature-request if it is reasonable to you.


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