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Re: changelog genneration between tags

From: Scott Palmer <scott.palmer_at_2connected.org>
Date: 2005-12-15 17:52:13 CET

On 14-Dec-05, at 8:43 PM, Gavin Lambert wrote:

> Quoth Sebastian Böhm <mailto:seb@exse.net>:
>> I have a tag "version_1.0" and I have a tag "version_1.1-rc1" and
>> want to make a changelog between those tags, to see what has changed
>> ( the commit-messages, not the code-changes itself, that a diff would
>> show)
> Nothing has changed as far as SVN is concerned -- those tags came into
> existence with the copy and haven't been changed since.
> What I think you actually want to find out is what has changed in
> trunk
> between those two points.
> To do that, use either svn info or svn log to find out the revision at
> which each tag was created, then use svn log with those revision
> numbers
> to find the changes in trunk that occurred between the two revisions.

Another use-case for named revisions or "labels"... a feature request
that comes up often, but nobody ever convinces the subversion
developers that it is useful.


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