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Re: Revision keywords and arithmetics

From: Anthony Shipman <A.Shipman_at_vorticeresearchgroup.com>
Date: 2006-02-01 06:43:34 CET

On Wednesday 01 February 2006 03:26, Scott Palmer wrote:
>
> I use PREV and COMMITTED all the time to see what the "last change"
> was to a particular file.
>
> svn diff -rPREV:COMMITTED myfile
>
> I do this when I see that an update has pulled in changes to a file
> that I "own" or recently changed, just to see what my fellow
> developers might have done with my recent changes. They may have
> caught a mistake I made, or they might have made some other change
> that I should be aware of.
>

If three of those have crept in while you were getting around to it you could
write

svn diff -rCOMMITTED-3:COMMITTED myfile

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Anthony Shipman                     | Mamas don't let your babies
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