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the "direction" of "svn diff" output

From: Robert P. J. Day <rpjday_at_mindspring.com>
Date: 2005-08-07 16:05:35 CEST

  before i potentially make a fool of myself, a couple quick
questions. first, i'm assuming that "svn diff" supports
directionality in its output. that is:

  $ svn diff -r99:100 ...
  $ svn diff -r100:99

would give "opposite" outputs. in the general case, "svn diff -r N:M"
would show the diff output to go *from* revision N *to* revision M,
regardless of the values of N and M, correct?

  second, what would be compared with the following and what would be
its directionality?

  $ svn diff -r HEAD


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