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How to check which branches have specific commit

From: Thijs de Ridder <thijs.de.ridder_at_mep-info.com>
Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2017 10:10:25 +0100

We have an svn repository with several branches and tags.

- trunk/
- branches/
        - stable_1
        - stable_2
        - etc.
- tags/
        - stable_1_release_a
        - stable_1_release_b
        - etc.

We develop our software in trunk (or in a development branch which will be
reintegrated to trunk). We merge the changes from trunk to a stable branch.
Sometimes we discover a bug which has been introduced quite some time ago.
Because the list of branches becomes quite long, I would like to know if it
is possible to easily see in which branches / tags the bug is? So if for
instance the bug was introduced in r50 in trunk and currently we are at
r100, is there an svn command to see which branches / tags have r50 of trunk
merged? So we could easily see which branches are infected by this bug?
An svn command or via tortoisesvn will help us a lot (although for
tortoisesvn I should ask this on the tortsoisesvn mailing list)

Best Regards,
Thijs de Ridder
Received on 2017-02-22 10:10:28 CET

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