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Re: How to compare working copy file with older version of that file?

From: Grant Edwards <grante_at_visi.com>
Date: Fri, 30 May 2008 14:48:01 +0000 (UTC)

On 2008-05-30, Paul Koning <Paul_Koning_at_dell.com> wrote:

> Did you create the branch, delete it, then create it again?

No, not that I remember, and I don't see any indication of that
in the log for the parent directory.

It appears from the log that I committed both the "copy"
operation that created the branch and the additions of the new
files in a single "commit". Is that illegal?

I guess I can create a new branch from the trunk and re-add the
current versions of the new files. Assuming that new branch
isn't broken, I'll at least have access to revisions from this
point forward. I won't have history on the added files prior
to today, but by access to old revs of those files isn't really
working anyway.

The admin tells me that the server is 1.3.1 and I'm running a
1.4.6 client. Is that an issue?

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