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Getting log messages between two copies? Also, displaying copy structure?

From: <robert_at_infotility.com>
Date: 2006-02-23 02:12:48 CET

Hello,

(1) I am using copies to make tags. I make a copy (call it TAG1),
commit some revisions, then make another copy (call it TAG2).
I can see the file differences: svn diff <URL stuff>/TAG1 <URL stuff>/TAG2
But how can I see the log messages which correspond to those diffs?

I guess svn switch <URL stuff>/TAG1 ; svn info ; svn switch <URL stuff>/TAG2 ;
svn info ; will show the revision numbers at which each tag was created
and then svn log -r <number 1>:<number 2> would show the log messages,
except that the svn log output seems to depend on the current state of the
working copy ... There must be an easier way.

(2) It seems like it should be possible to derive what was copied from
what in the repository. E.g. if I copy TAG1 and TAG2 from trunk and TAG1b
from TAG1, then those copy operations could be represented as (for example)
trunk
  TAG1
    TAG1b
  TAG2
and in general all copy operations could be organized into a tree.
Is there any svn command or add-on tool which analyze the repository
and show a tree of copies?

Thanks for any information.

Robert Dodier

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