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Re: Detecting renames on one branch with changes on another

From: Justin Johnson <justinjohnson_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-03 22:01:53 CEST

On 5/3/07, Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b@ryandesign.com> wrote:


> "svn log -r 5" means "show me the log for revision 5". If you want
> the history to revision 5 from the beginning of time, you could try
> "svn log -r 0:5".
> If you don't know that 5 is the last changed revision of foo.c... but
> you do want the entire log of foo.c, from its inception to its last
> changed revision.... why not just get the entire log and omit the
> revision argument?
> svn log -v file:///C:/work/testrepo/trunk/foo.c_at_2

The command above will only give me the log for revision 2 and
revision 1, since log always gives you history for the element
starting at the revision specified and going back through time.

But the following command gave me exactly what I wanted.

svn log -r HEAD:0 -v file:///C:/work/testrepo/trunk/foo.c_at_2

This output all history for the specified foo.c in the same order as
log normally displays the output.



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