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Which branches this file belong to?

From: Corrado Labinaz <corradolab_at_ngi.it>
Date: 2006-10-03 12:08:03 CEST

suppose you have file trunk/myfile.c
It goes through these modifications:
100 file created
150 copied to branches/release1
200 copied to branches/release2
230 copied to branches/release3
250 fixed bug
Well, AFAIK it's not possibile to get the above list.
If I use "svn log trunk/myfile.c" I get
100 file created
250 fixed bug
while if I execute i.e. "svn log branches/release2/myfile.c" I get
100 file created
200 copied to branches/release2
Why do I need the full list?
Because after applying the bugfix at revision 250, I need to apply the same
bugfix to older releases.
"svn copy trunk/myfile.c branches/release1" should be enough most of the
But I don't know which releases to copy to (release1, 2, 3, all of them or
none of them?)
(BTW this was easy with CVS, where every file get tagged with the branch
number it belong to)
Is there a way to get the full list above?
Kind regards,
Received on Tue Oct 3 12:08:43 2006

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