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digging whole history of the file

From: Victoria Muntean <vikimun_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 3 Jun 2008 08:57:51 +0200

How can I do (script or svn command) two following things:
    1) for given file x, print series of diffs -rN-1:N for *all* revisions
of the file (fopr every revision that 'svn log x' reports, that is)
    2) for given file x and range of lines M:N in this file, print all
revisions that touched on this region of lines (and optionally,
diffs for that revision for that region only)

For (1), I wonder if there is faster way than parsing svn log x +
bunch of 'svn diff'. This can be really slow.

Received on 2008-06-03 08:58:14 CEST

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