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Re: Blame - is it a bug?

From: John <jsparrow_at_ecclescollege.ac.uk>
Date: 2005-05-15 18:54:44 CEST

John <jsparrow <at> ecclescollege.ac.uk> writes:

> > Is Blame broken in svn1.2 rc3? The revision numbers against lines seem
> > wrong.
> Sorry guys, its just the way the diff routine is trying to match existing text
> (it was showing stuff actually added in r607 as added r610).

Ok, followup question! If I use the log viewer in TSVN to examine my file
(changes between r609 and r610) it correctly shows that a particular line was
*not* changed in 610 (it was last changed in 607 as I said above). Doing R to
R-1 comparisons using TSVN, it shows the line was indeed added in 607, and not
changed since.

However Blame (TSVN and command line) seems to think the same line was changed
in 610. Why should it do that?? I know you've done speed-up changes in SVN1.2,
is it no longer looking at individual rev changes, but instead grouping them
together in some way?



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