bzr command to find path to file at given revision?
checker at d6.com
Fri Jul 10 00:46:58 UTC 2020
Or, I guess another aspect of the same question is should bzr annotate
-r 3 b/foo.c actually return the annotated a/bar.c? Right now it just
fails with a message that the file isn't versioned.
------ Original Message ------
From: "Chris Hecker" <checker at d6.com>
To: bazaar at lists.ubuntu.com
Sent: 2020-07-09 17:42:17
Subject: bzr command to find path to file at given revision?
>Hi, I have a file, say b/foo.c that used to be at a/bar.c...there there
>an easy way given b/foo.c and a revno to find out the path to the file
>at that revno? In other words, if the rename/move happened at r5, and
>I want to look at r3 of b/foo.c, how do I find out that's actually r3
>PS. Currently emacs vc-annotate-revision-at-line is broken if the file
>was renamed, and it looks like I need some quick way to figure out
>where the file was at a given revision.
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