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Re: Which branches this file belong to?

From: Duncan Murdoch <murdoch_at_stats.uwo.ca>
Date: 2006-10-03 13:17:57 CEST

On 10/3/2006 6:08 AM, Corrado Labinaz wrote:
> Hi,
> suppose you have file trunk/myfile.c
> It goes through these modifications:
> revision
> 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
> time.
> 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?

To see the filenames of all copy targets, get a verbose log of the
entire repository, and grep for "(from /trunk/myfile.c".

I think you'd need to write your own script to see the revision numbers
  when the copy occurred; they'll be reported on a different line than
the filenames.

Duncan Murdoch

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