Yes, what you are asking for is currently only available for CVS
repositories, partly because CVS makes it very easy to implement these
different scenarios all via the cvs rdiff command, and using the special
revision "1.0" which exists for all files.
What Codestriker needs at the end of the day is diff text to create the
topic with. If you can show me for each scenario below what the svn
commands would be to create the unidiff file, I can put that into
I suspect this could be tricky... but hope I am wrong. I don't know
Subversion very well I'm afraid.
Jason can answer this far better than me.
Giuseppe Scelsi wrote:
> I am currently using CodeStriker 1.9.2. Can anyone tell me if there is
> currently a way to create a topic loading from a subversion repository a
> /single revision/ of a file or directory?
> The pop-up help it seems to indicate that leaving the "end tag" empty
> should do the trick, but that doesn't seem to work, svn expects both
> tags. I tried many other combinations, but it seems to me that some
> code surgery is needed. The only thing I have been able to do was to
> load a diff between two revisions belonging to the same path.
> Is anyone aware of plans to fix this in a future release? It would be
> very useful to be able to load a single revision of a path, as well as
> diffs between two different revisions of /two different paths/ (say diff
> rev. 40 on a branch against rev. 30 on the trunk).
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