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svn diff with "blame" information for each line

From: Suraj Acharya <surajach_at_yahoo-inc.com>
Date: Wed, 25 Jun 2008 20:14:43 -0700

Hello svn-users,

I'd like to view the differences between two branches of a svn
repository, but I want the diff output to be annotated with which
revision number each line of the diff is associated with. Basically I
wanted a combined diff and blame command.

It sounds like this is a sensible thing to have, since every line in the
diff is in one of the two branches, so it will have a single revision
number that corresponds to when it was checked-in.

I need this because I'm trying to make a list of all revision number by
which trunk and one of our branches differ. If there's any other way to
do this, or some third-party tool that already does this I'd love to
hear about it.


PS: I do know about svnmerge and the merge tracking features in 1.5, but
we're not using either (yet).

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