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How can I make svn diff show me just the names of the changed fil es, not their contents?

From: Reagan Penner <Reagan_Penner_at_pmc-sierra.com>
Date: 2006-10-25 00:26:33 CEST


I noticed that there is a "How can I make svn diff show me just the names of the changed files, not their contents?" question and answer in the Subversion FAQ. This problem is that the answer seems to be missing something?

The answer says that svn-1.4 will include a --summarize option to the diff command. Now I have svn-1.4 installed but I am having trouble using diff with -s. Here is what I am trying to do:

-> I am at the top-level of my checked out workspace and I am trying to determine what if any files have changed in my workspace with respect to a given tagged version of my workspace. So I use the following command:
 - svn diff --summarize http://path_to_repos/svn/Project/tags/tagName <http://path_to_repos/svn/Project/tags/tagName>

This is yielding the following error (which is probably expected): svn: Not all required revisions are specified

Any help on what I am doing wrong here is greatly appreciated :)

Cheers - reagan
Received on Wed Oct 25 00:27:21 2006

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