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How to show the "svn diff" output graphically in context of a directory tree

From: Avner Moshkovitz <avnermoshkovitz_at_lighthauslogic.com>
Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2008 10:40:50 -0700


Using the "svn diff" command, I generate a log file that shows the local changes between my local files and the repository.

I want to view the local changes in context of the files, similar to graphical Diff programs (such as Meld or WinDiff (see attached figure) ). In other words, I want to super impose the diff file on the set of files, such that I can see the tree structure of the files, navigate through the files and graphically view the changes in the files.

I have tried using kdesvn. kdesvn shows the directory structure and highlights the different files. It has an option to "Diff local changes" but this show only the local differences without the context of the entire file.




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