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How use svn diff to also show commit messages

From: Nafter <HdOude_at_allshare.nl>
Date: Thu, 18 Jun 2009 06:57:15 -0700 (PDT)

Which svn command line options do I have to use to also show the commit
messages for each commited file?

When I use the following
svn diff --non-interactive --summarize -r 15470:15500 <url>

I receive a nice summary list with changes between these revisions.
Now however I still want to receive a summary list, but now including the
commit messages (if there is any).

is this possible?
Or do I have to use svn info or svn status instead. Please keep in mind I
don't have a working copy. I want to execute the diff directly on a URL.

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