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Re: why the inconsistency between some svn commands?

From: Peter Samuelson <peter_at_p12n.org>
Date: 2005-08-06 06:36:34 CEST

[Scott Palmer]
> I look at it this way:
> svn log -r5:8 describes revisions 5 to 8
> svn diff -r5:8 describes what changed from revision 5 to 8
> The contents of revision 5 itself contains the changes that made
> revision 4 into revision 5. Those aren't changes that happened
> between r5 and r8.

I still don't see a material difference between 'svn log -v' and 'svn
diff', in terms of what they are describing. The exact information and
presentation is different, but I use them both to answer the same
question, "what has changed between M and N?"

Whatever, it's not like either command can be changed now.

Received on Sat Aug 6 06:38:20 2005

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