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How to easily diff WC against previous revisions

From: Sebastian Schuberth <sschuberth_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-17 16:31:20 CEST


suppose that you just checked out trunk and you want to see the 5 most
recent changes done to a file. Also suppose that the revision numbers in
that the file was changed are non-consecutive (i.e. it was changed in
revision 5, then something else happened to the repository and the
revision was increased, then the file is again changed in revision 10 etc.).

In this case, is there an easy way make "svn diff" show the x (where x
is e.g. 5) most recent changes *without* having to look up the revision
numbers in that the file was actually changed (e.g. using "svn log") first?

Sebastian Schuberth
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