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Re: How to do "svn status -r1000"?

From: Kevin Hung <cykhung_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-09 00:06:42 CEST

Thanks for the suggestion. I tried out "svn diff" but there are two
problems.

(1) If I create new files or directories in my working copy, "svn diff" does
not show it. Is there a way to get around it.

(2) "svn diff" also shows the difference between two files on screen. Can I
just have "svn diff" to show the filename that differs (like svn status).

Actually "svn diff" is pretty good. It also works when I change svn
properties in my working copy.

On 9/8/06, Blair Zajac <blair@orcaware.com> wrote:
>
> Kevin Hung wrote:
> > Let assume that my working copy is at revision 990. I made changes to a
> > few files and directory trees. The head revision of the repository is
> > 1100. But I just want to update my working to 1000. Before I do the
> > update, I actually want to see what are the changes between my working
> > copy and revision 1000 in the repository. It seems to me that svn status
> > does not accept -r.
>
> You can run
>
> svn diff -r BASE:1000
>
> to see what changes you would pull down.
>
> Regards,
> Blair
>
> --
> Blair Zajac, Ph.D.
> http://www.orcaware.com/svn/
>
Received on Sat Sep 9 00:08:24 2006

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