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How to search between branches (complete)

From: ANGonline <trimante_at_yahoo.it>
Date: 2007-04-17 15:26:03 CEST

Sorry for the mistake!
This is the complete version of the email I accidentally sent before its time.

>>>>>
Hallo to all!
I'm new to this list so I hope I'm not breaking any rule, in that case please tell me.

Imagine a software that has 100 source files and a repository that has one directory for the main trunk and an indefinite number of directory for all the branches, one for each ongoing development thread.
So the repository contains:

/trunk >> containing the 100 source files
/branches/b1 >> amendment to A1.c B5.c and C2.c
/branches/b2 >> amendment to B1.c B5.c and S2.c
/branches/b3 >> amendment to C3.c and C7.c
/branches/b4 >> amendment to D1.c R8.c S1.c and S2.c
.....
/branches/bN >> other amendments

I wonder if there is a way to know, for a certain file, how many branches have done commits on it (well, to be exact, commits on its brothers that have been forked while branching).

Example: what could I do to know how many branches are making commits on the branched version of the B5.c file? (of course I don't event take into account the process of manually comparing each branch with the trunk, due to its lack of efficence in case of big number of branches).

Thanks,
Angelo.

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