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Identifying copies in other branches

From: <clarka_at_postfinance.ch>
Date: 2005-10-06 17:07:01 CEST

I have created serveral release branches of my source by using svn copy.

Now when examinig a file in the trunk I would like to identify which
contain this file, i.e. which releases changing this file will affect.

In cvs I can simply examine the repository tags for the file, however in
I to have to check if the file exists in a given branch and then use svn
to see if it is the same.

Is there a simpler way in svn for do this test?

Futhermore, as the svn copy creates a file with a different revision,
this means
I have to use svn diff although it is the same file, just in another

Is there a way to test if one file is infact a copy of another?


Andrew Clark

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3030 Bern

Tel. +41 (0)31 338 35 13
Fax +41 (0)31 338 87 70
malito: clarka@postfinance.ch

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