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Re: mergeinfo property

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2008 12:53:02 -0400

On Wed, Jul 16, 2008 at 10:56 AM, Philippe Andersson <pan_at_iba-group.com> wrote:
> I've played with "svn propget svn:mergeinfo" and with "svn mergeinfo". I've
> read <http://www.collab.net/community/subversion/articles/merge-info.html>.
> But there is still something I don't understand.
> How do I know, for a given path at a given revision, which source path (if
> any) has been merged into it ? In this case, I don't want the full history
> of all the paths that have already been merged in that element ancestry.
> Just a single source path (+ revision range) *IIF* the requested revision
> actually is the result of a merge. The equivalent of the "(from
> /bidon/trunk:42)" that you get from "svn log -v" in the case of a copy.
> Is there anything like it ?

svn log -g will show you this. With the exception that it is not a
"filter". It does not show you only revisions that were merges. More
like for any revision that changed that file, if it was a merge, it
will show you what was merged in that revision.

The overall effect works a lot nicer in graphical clients than in the
command line output.

Mark Phippard
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