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Re: Seeking possible reason for error by diff -r PREV

From: Stein Somers <ssomers_at_opnet.com>
Date: Thu, 22 Oct 2009 18:58:18 +0200

> Is there a way to look into the working copy?

Well you can look in the files under the .svn directories. But since you just
checked out, there's nothing useful there that isn't in the repository.
Unless you have an unreliable disk/memory/system, but then I doubt you'd get
to this point without other errors.

I've never used "-r PREV" and use TortoiseSVN for inspecting history. But
from what I read and see, if "svn log file.cpp -l 1" prints r17535 as the
last change, then PREV for that file is r17534 and that's what "svn diff -r
PREV file.cpp" should be looking at. What is your "svn --version" anyway?

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