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Re: Getting the diffs as whole files

From: Tim Hill <drtimhill_at_comcast.net>
Date: 2006-11-15 00:25:44 CET

I think the solution was already mentioned. There isn't a single
command, but you can use svn diff --summarize to get the list of
files, then feed that list one file at a time into svn cat to get the
actual contents. Should be pretty simple?

--Tim

On Nov 14, 2006, at 2:59 PM, Olivier Sannier wrote:

> Olivier Sannier wrote:
>> Andy Levy wrote:
>>> On 11/11/06, Olivier Sannier <obones@free.fr> wrote:
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> Is there a way to get the diffs from a branch to the trunk as
>>>> whole files?
>>>> I can get one file with all the diffs, but what I want is the
>>>> set of all
>>>> files that have been modified, files containing the said
>>>> modifications.
>>>>
>>>> Is there a special way to call svn diff to do that? I tried
>>>> looking in
>>>> svn book but did not manage to find anything related to this.
>>>
>>> You mean just get a listing of all the files that changed? Check out
>>> svn diff --summarize, new in SVN 1.4.
>> No, I mean the complete content of files that have changed from
>> the branch to the trunk (or a revision to another).
>> Basically, the content of the files listed by summarize.
>
> Anyone?
>
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